Product To Protect Eyes From Screen Light

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#1

Hi friends, as the caption of the thread already tells the whole story , any Suggestions? You’re using anything for it? Thanks for all your replies, I would really appreciate it.


#2

Haha, for a second I thought this was a spam thread! :stuck_out_tongue:


#3

I use https://justgetflux.com/ which lets you set the contrast of the screen depending on the time of the day


#4

But that’s no LOVE BABAJI for sure. :smile:
By the way, my eyes really hurt and need a good solution to keep them working without sun glasses.


#5

I’m interested to see a good solution as well. Didn’t know they made products like this.


#6

Thanks very much Gareth for your precious time, to be honest I always use the %5 Brightness and Contrast, but yet it’s still too bright for me.


#7

try the flux rainbow at https://fluxometer.com/rainbow/ as it will let you test without installing it


#8

+1 especially during the night. My screen on 0% brightness is still very bright :confounded:


#9

If your monitor does not look like this, then you are safe.

Also try not to stare to much in the dark at a white screen, adjust your brightness and keep a safe 30cm distance or use a mood light.


#10

^ Thanks for your reply friends, of course we are using an LCD and still feel the pain.


#11

Try EIZO monitors with ambient light sensor. In addition you can adjust the brightness to very very low levels (down to 0,2% of max brightness).


#12

Thanks very much friends, I really appreciate it, wasn’t aware of this brand.
I was thinking about a shield / film (for monitors) kind of solution or something like that.


#13

I have always been a fan of Gunnar Optics.

I use them both at work and at home.


#14

^ WOW Thanks a lot, Luminary ! Those look very promising - Bookmarked them.


#15

You should check amazon for them, they usually have decent prices.


#16

Will check Amazon for sure ; but recently had a negative experience from Amazon, they sometimes sell "NonOriginal"products, you know. Thanks very much for your precious time, I really appreciate it.


#17

Eye strain should be less of an issue with modern screens, so the first thing I’d suggest would be an eye test.


#18

You have a point, thanks friend.
And maybe, a nonUserFriendly forum structure may be the reason of my eyes getting all the pain :wink: