Does the study put the whole thing in relation to normal solar radiation? If the sun has the same effect, but stronger, we're "just" talking about extra strain on top, right?
For me, nothing beats natural bright light. For example, I don't wear sunglasses in summer so I can see the landscape in its natural colours.
I am therefore in favour of optional filters only.
Or we get direct access to the color values of the displays as with any monitor, so that we can specifically change the color temperature. That's got to be the same thing, right?