Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
LED's have a very specific wave length that defines the color, and blue isn't that sharp. Plus the type of LED's itself may not be of the right angle. Together this makes for looking fuzzy at a distance. A different color blue (different manufacturers have slightly different colors of blue and each are slightly different wave lengths) and/or a different angle of lens might improve the legibility of the sign.
By the way this is also true to a point about octics, your eyes for the color blue. Think of how much harder it is to read lighter blue ink print than it is to read either black or red....
Posted on May 18, 2011
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