It makes me sad that every "eyestrain" focused research is about blue light. Monitors still flickering from DC inversion, most of the monitors are still only 6 bit + FRC, like why the hell all of these researchers focus on the blue light when almost every LCD monitor flickers? Oh, i have an idea, they can just control the blue light from the software, which cost them 0 penny, while fixing dc inversion flicker would cost them money.
Blue light coming out of these monitors are very low intensity anyway when you use it at a normal brightness. Sunlight have 30x the blue light intensity of monitor blue light, yet we dont get eyestrain from the sunlight.
About these monitors, some of them are advertised as 8 bit, some of them are 6+FRC, i think thats alone makes it problematic from an eyestrain standpoint(especially since they wide color gamut monitors, so those 6-8 bits will be further apart from each other), and the dc inversion part is also something that never ever measured so its a gamble.