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Gunnar Midnight Computer/Gaming Eyewear

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Bakermr


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Are these helpful? I've gamed o'natual my whole life.

ein311


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Bakermr wrote:Are these helpful? I've gamed o'natual my whole life.



I have a pair of Gunnars and think they really help eye strain. They're most helpful when you're using your computer in a room of artificial light (or no light).
There are programs people use to change the hue of their monitors, which help, but have a completely different affect vs. Gunnars.
I stare at computers all day and these definitely help keep the eyes from drying out.

cjthespy


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ein311 wrote:I have a pair of Gunnars and think they really help eye strain. They're most helpful when you're using your computer in a room of artificial light (or no light).
There are programs people use to change the hue of their monitors, which help, but have a completely different affect vs. Gunnars.
I stare at computers all day and these definitely help keep the eyes from drying out.



Good to know...I am doing computer based training for the navy and stare at a screen all day, this should really help the strain I hope.

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rbachelor


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Am I getting too tired or did it go from 3% left to 4% left to 6% left just now?

techkyle


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I barely notice any difference with my Gunnar glasses (besides the obvious yellow tint to everything), but a friend of mine says he really notices a difference as soon as he takes his off. Neither of us have any fatigue to speak of, I mostly just bought them because I feel smarter when I'm wearing glasses.

I don't notice the change in focus unless I look at something further away. When I put them on, the yellow tint makes my eyes go "Oww. Yellow." When I take them off, my eyes go "Oww. Blue."

I think they lean more towards gimmicky than innovative. If you don't have symptoms of screen fatigue, you probably won't notice a difference.

On a side note, since they filter out harsh blues and purples (look at the color of reflections in them), I wonder if they'd help with snow blindness, granted that's much more brightness than blue.