Re: proposed changes to Debian web pages
From: Mark Eichin <email@example.com>
> As for the iris opening wider -- I suspect that the overall lighting
> of the room you're in has a greater effect than the coloring of the
> page; that would seem to be why my vision specialist recommended a
> brightly lit room, *not* just a local bright light on the page, for
> reducing eyestrain while reading. I could of course be wrong :-)
The "surround" is important, yes, for the iris and for a process that
subtracts out the "flat field" and then only percieves differences from
that. Surround is also important for color perception. The monitor frame
should be gray, not colored, to avoid skew in color perception.
Can you get your operating system fixed when you need it?
Linux - the supportable operating system. http://www.debian.org/support.html
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