Geek Pick Gunnar Haus Computer Glasses Are HighTech Eye Safety

first_imgStay on target Geek Pick: Comixology Is Still Netflix for ComicsGeek Pick: Raspberry Pi 3 Model A+ Is a Cute ComputerGeek Pick: Amazon Echo Wall Clock Tells Time With Tech While the usefulness of other kinds of “video game” variations of everyday items may vary (who really needs a chair just for gaming?) the idea of glasses for tech enthusiasts is deeper than just a marketing gimmick. Human eyes aren’t meant to constantly stare at glowing screens we invented just a few decades ago. We’ve got sunglasses for blocking out harmful rays from the sun, but what about harmful rays from our own laptops? That’s when you need the Gunnar Haus Computer Glasses.A lot of recent devices have been adding features that reduce the blue light that causes these screens to strain our eyes in the first place. Think Night Shift on iOS. But the Gunnar Haus Computer Glasses provide that benefit just through their lenses, making everything from phones to fluorescent lights easier to look at without noticeably altering your overall vision.AdChoices广告Different categories of indoor lenses (Crystalline, Liquet, and Amber) block different percentages of blue light along with 100 percent of ultraviolet light. There are also full-on sunglasses, glasses that work with your existing prescription lenses, and glasses that transition between indoor and outdoor tints. And the different frames themselves exhibit high build quality that’s sturdy and comfortable.There’s a bit of glare and the lenses can actually block too much light, creating an inaccurately warm image, if your screen is already adjusting its colors. But overall the Gunnar Haus Computer Glasses are an easy way to shield your eyes from the damage modern tech has wrought.For more on Gunnar Haus Computer Glasses check out the extensive review on our sister site And for more on glasses tech check out this Warby Parker augmented reality app and Alexa-compatible AR smart glasses.More on Geek Pick: Ikea Sonos Symfonisk Is A WiFi Bookshelf SpeakerGeek Pick: Fi Smart Dog Collar Sniffs Out Your Pet last_img read more