Samsung Eye Saver Mode

Discussion in 'Video Cards & Monitors' started by drunkntigr, Feb 9, 2019.

  1. drunkntigr

    drunkntigr Member

    Nov 18, 2004
    We all know of night mode on windows/mac where the screen temperature goes to more nighttime colour temperatures of around 3200k instead of 6500k of daylight.

    If we already have that enabled, what exactly does the samsung eye saver mode do? Does it actually switch off most blue light being emitted as whenever I turn it on it seems the whole screen just get washed out - the brightness remains the same?

    Does this also assume that software screen temperature changes actually don't do much then and only change the colour temperature and the generating of blue colours rather than the hardware change on samsung monitors of actually getting the monitor to not emit any blue light at all? (if this is actually possible)?

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