Chanelle Dunn

Usher Syndrome: LCD vs Retina Screen


Still working on resuming my original reading speed with a special software for my computer (with LCD screen) and CCTV for mail (that is, any paper). These accommodations convert background from white to black and font black to white.


With its retina screen, I can generally still read on my smartphone as it is. My understanding is that a LCD screen is a grid, adding to my blind spots. Whereas, a retina screen is solid, keeping my vision intact.

(I convert back to the originality to view photos / graphics, although colors are faded).

Note: LCD with 4k not apply

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