Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children
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Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

Online classes, watching cartoons, playing games, children’s daily learning and entertainment activities are inseparable from electronic products. However, it will affect children’s vision when they are staring at mobile phone, IPAD, and TV for long time. Are projectors more eye-friendly? What kind of projector is more suitable for children? These are also concerns of many parents.

In their advertisements, most projector merchants will highlight that they are more eye-friendly than other electronic products, such as softer diffused light, larger screen size and less eye fatigue, etc. Are these claims a gimmick or are they true and believable? In this blog, we will answer one by one for you.

The diffuse reflection imaging means that the picture we see is not the light directly emitted by the projector, but the light that is first thrown on screen or wall, and then enters our eyes after irregular reflection in different directions.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

While the screen of electronic products such as TV, iPad, and mobile phone can emit light and display image themselves, so the light enter our eyes directly when looking at these electronic products.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

During the process of projector diffuse reflection imaging, the reflected light will lose part of its energy, this will reduce the light intensity, so what the human eye ultimately sees is a less bright picture; for electronic products such as TV, the light emitted by screen is always strong, so the picture looks brighter. Currently, quite a few projectors on the market project images that are gray or even a little blurry (especially during the day). This is because the low light intensity of diffuse reflection of projector, and causing the insufficient image brightness and clarity.

When children watch darker and blurry pictures for a long time, their eye muscles frequently adjust and remain tense, which will cause visual fatigue. If you close curtains during the day and turn off lights at night to improve image clarity, there will be another problem – watching bright image in dark environment, which will cause pupil dilation and high IOP, it will also aggravate visual fatigue and affect vision. The images projected by projectors with lower lumen will look gray and white. Watching such dark and blurry images for a long time, or watching bright images in dark environment for a long time, is not good for children’s vision health.

If a projector is capable of projecting a clear picture without closing curtains during the daytime or turning off the lights at night, then it is an eye-friendly one. Eye-friendly effect: high-brightness projector > TV > low-brightness projector.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

The brightness of Mozart 1 Pro reaches 900 ANSI. With the unique PixelPro5.0 fully enclosed optical engine, the picture is brighter and clearer. When using together with the anti-light curtain, it can reduce the light interference, so you can watch it as you like even during the day, and enjoy a clearer image at night.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

Resolution is not affected when increasing the brightness. No dim or blurry for HD 1080P resolution. The contrast ratio of 3000:1 further improves the clarity of picture. The higher the contrast, the stronger the layering of picture, the more vivid the colors, and the more obvious the details; while if with low contrast, the picture will look gray. At the same time, it is equipped with AI image correction and color restoration, allowing children to experience a real and colorful vision!

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

In terms of screen size, Mozart 1 Pro can easily project a screen of more than 100 inches. Because it has a physical 1080P resolution, there is no need to worry about blurring caused by enlarging the screen. You can achieve a 100-inch large screen at home. When children watch large-size pictures, the distance between eyes and screen is further, so the eye muscles do not have to continue to contract and tense, and are in a relatively relaxed state. The large screen size increases the frequency of eye movement, which is also helpful in alleviating visual fatigue to some extent.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

In addition to being an all-round learning and entertainment projector for children, Mozart 1 Pro is also an indispensable artifact for parents to relax and entertain. With Widevine DRM L1 certification, you can watch genuine HD videos as you like. There are many built-in mainstream Apps for download, such as Netflix, YouTube, PrimeVideo, HBO and more than 10,000 genuine Apps. It is equipped with 2x8W high-power speakers, 660CC sound cavity, and external sound wave vibrational magnetic levitation impact, no need to connect with external speaker, you can see the beating of rhythm and experience a shocking audio-visual experience.

Wanbo Mozart 1 Pro Projector: First Choice for Families with Children

At last, I would like to remind parents that even if you choose a favorite projector, you also should care about children’s eye health, including: reasonably arrange the time for watching projector, do not use their eyes at close range for a long time, and keep above 2 hours for outdoor activities every day and more.

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