Eliminating flicker might involve using LCD computer screens in class, screening class videos and graphics for flicker occurrence, or requesting that flickering fluorescent lights be replaced. Instructors can collaborate with the student and service provider to eliminate flicker in their classrooms. A flicker-free screen is one, such as an LCD display, that does not have a visible refresh cycle, particularly in the 15-20Hz range.
- American Epilepsy Society
- Epilepsy Foundation of America
- WCAG 2.0 Flash Guidelines
- Canadian Epilepsy Alliance
- TRACE Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool
Related Functional Characteristics
Flicker or Pattern Sensitivity : Avoid visual diagrams and multimedia presentations that include flicker, flashes, sharp repetitive movement or elaborate patterns.
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