RCA and HDMI outputs depends on AmbiScreen version - RCA is available in previous generation. The latest generation does not contain RCA port and works with AmbiScreen Splitter only.
New 4K UHD version works with AmbiScreen UHD 4K splitter together.
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ambiscreen is designed for higher level of your visual experience while watching TV or any other display.
Your eyes need time to adapt to bright and dark scenes. It is called the "iris" in your eye which is responsible for this. ambiscreen helps iris to reduce this time so your eyes are protected while watching.
Back-lighting improves your pleasure when watching TV or any other display. It is more natural for your sight. Get the best visual experience and enjoy your favorite movies or anything you are watching :)
ambiscreen is fully stand-alone system with LEDs. It doesn't need computer as a controller. Just plug ambiscreen between any video source and your TV/display. Mount LEDs to your display with included adhesive layer. You can use any video source with HDMI or composite RCA cinch* (set-top box, TV, DVD, PC, Xbox, Mac, PlayStation,...) and switch between them with mobile app.
Eye perception is transformed to pictures in your brain.
With ambiscreen ambient lighting system will your TV/monitor screen look bigger (e.g.40'' screen will be as 50'').
Party? Rendezvous? Or just want to sleep well? Simply select prefered mood-light colours and enjoy happy feelings.
Special effects are ready at your hand when you are not watching your TV. Evoke the right atmosphere with smartphone app!
Standard package contains ambiscreen device with 5m LED strip with 150 LEDs.
If you have bigger display drop us a line in order.
ambiscreen is designed to be user friendly and everything is included. Unpack, plug, stick LEDs on the back of your TV/monitor screen and you are ready to go!
"Eyestrain can occur when the eyes are fixed on an object for a long period of time, there is poor lighting," explains John Bullough, Ph.D., lighting scientist at the LRC and lead researcher on the television study. "... Reducing contrasts in perceived brightness between a visual display and its background will result in reduced visual fatigue and eyestrain."
"...when you watch TV in the dark, then the problem is that that is the only lighting in the home. Your eyes are forced to constantly adjust to different levels of lighting which makes the pupils dilate over and over again. Your eyes use more muscles and fatigue those muscles involved."