LCD/LED Screen Burn
LCD and LED screens are susceptible to burn-in but not in the same way Plasma screens are. The burn looks more like smudges and streaks and in more severe cases you can see the shape of a logo or some text. Manufacturers call LCD/LED burn image persistence. What is Image Persistence? Image persistence is caused by the continuous display of static logos or images on the screen for prolonged periods. This gives the LCD crystals a memory for their location which generates the colours that are being displayed. When a different colour is displayed in that area of the screen, the colour is different from what it should be, a faint image or smudge appears of what was previously there. Can it be removed? PixelProtector can remove Image Persistence and any residual effects that may have occurred. It uses a wash tools that switch pixels on and off at a very fast rate using particular wavelengths to increase the current going to the crystals. (This is not in any way harmful). In other words it re-calibrates the pixels uniformly by removing any memory they may have.