Amblyopia is a vision disorder in which one eye does not develop properly during the development of vision, resulting in comparatively weak eyesight. Amblyopia usually occurs in childhood and is one of the most common vision disorders. Users with amblyopia typically have varying degrees of visual impairment, such as reading information at far and near distances, recognizing objects, and writing.
Conventional electronic display products are designed for standard visual characteristics and are therefore not suitable for people with visual impairment. Electronic products specifically designed for people with visual impairment can digitally adjust the image to improve the contrast, brightness, color, sharpness and contours of the image so that users with visual impairment can more easily recognize the screen content and have a better user experience.
TÜV Rheinland has defined a test catalogue for Low Vision Care, which includes image contrast, color, sharpness and image contour enhancement. Additionally, it applies user testing to evaluate the subjective experience of video programs, text reading, and others.
The test catalogue is based on the "Low Vision Care" standard and the results of the user experience study.
The product has been tested in the laboratory and in hospitals to prove that its weak vision assistance functions are effective, and can help users with weak vision to better identify objects and words in TV programs and improve their visual comfort when watching TV programs.
The keyword "Low Vision Care" confirms that the product meets the test standards of TÜV Rheinland.