Ideal Autistic Environment Test
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CRT monitors and TVs: Old, large TV sets use Cathode Ray Tube technology. Modern TVs and computer monitors use LCD and plasma technology, resulting in flat and lightweight sets that also eliminate many sensory problems.
Triple Tube System: I have an idea of using 3 florescent lamps, each hooked up to a different phase of a 3-phase circuit. With the help of a diffuser, the lamps will theoretically cancel each other's flicker.
LED: An array of Light Emitting Diodes will cost much more than a florescent lamp. They are energy saving and emit so little heat that museums use them in display galleries to avoid damaging their artifacts. If we are using mains power, we can stabilize the current fed into the lamps to stop flickering.
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