Rose tinted glasses
I made the mistake of clicking on the Blue Reflect coating offered by Glasses Direct.
And I have been putting up with this for weeks, and I think I need to re-order without it.
The effect looks really subtle in that picture, but it is far from subtle to me when using a computer, and starting to bug me a lot.
It was sold as "digital protection", but does say it filters blue light. I am not sure why that is a good thing though.
So maybe I need some cheaper glasses.
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"helps filter blue light from digital screens and artificial lights"ReplyDelete
So, a hardware f.lux?
I definitely don't like it. New glasses ordered.Delete
Digital protection? How do they protect your fingers?ReplyDelete
Had blue tint on my last glasses. Could see a very distinct blue flare around bright lights like car headlights. Horrible effect particularly at night. Got new ones now without the blue tint.ReplyDelete
Filtering blue light - one reason is that the blue component of light in the evening may interfere with your sleep - various OS vendors (apple -> Night Shift & microsoft -> Night Light) have recently introduced "night modes" for their OS, which shifts the colour temperature to one less blue.ReplyDelete
That looks horrid too :-)Delete