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Observation distance and blinking rate measurement during on-site investigation: new electronic equipment
Journal Article --- Old month value: May 15
Modern work activities often require an intense and prolonged visual effort on near objects. At the same time, occupational asthenopia caused by accommodation and binocularity overloading is a very common complaint in these working populations. Moreover, blinking rate seems to be a sensitive parameter with 'indoor-near-work operators', possibly increased by both chemical and physical environmental agents and decreased by cognitive effort. In this paper, a new piece of electronic equipment used to measure the observation distance and blinking rate is described.
Air Pollution, Indoor *Asthenopia Blinking/*physiology Computer Terminals Electronics/*instrumentation Human Engineering Humans Italy Occupational Exposure/analysis Research Design Visual Perception/*physiology Work/*physiology
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