Viewing Text on a Computer Screen and Hardcopy
Dr. Collier co-authored this publication: A Comparison of Symptoms After Viewing Text on a Computer Screen and Hardcopy
“Computer vision syndrome (CVS) is a complex of eye and vision problems experienced during or related to computer use. Ocular symptoms may include asthenopia, accommodative and vergence difficulties and dry eye. CVS occurs in up to 90% of computer workers, and given the almost universal use of these devices, it is important to identify whether these symptoms are specific to computer operation, or are simply a manifestation of performing a sustained near-vision task.” Continue reading here.