Televiewers had better watch out for eyestrain and eye fatigue, the New York State Optometric Association warned last week. To "enhance visual comfort," the association offered some suggestions:
¶ If the picture is turned up before the sound, it may become unsteady and distorted while the sound is being adjusted. This "annoys the eyes."
¶ Don't sacrifice balance and steadiness for extra brilliance.
¶ Don't look at TV in total darkness; have a light either overhead or behind the viewers, but don't let it shine directly on the screen.
¶ Use a "filter" to neutralize "snow."
¶ Don't wear sunglasses (they tend to...