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1. Glasses For Computer Use? Nah! Call It High Performance Digital Eyewear
Nope, it's not. Better get used to it actually, glasses for computer use will become the norm soon - but these are not your father's eye glasses, (or at least they shouldn't be). It's a whole new world for our eyes, the pixel era has displaced the print era. And digital eyewear is...
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 31 Dec 2009 08:55:02
2. Stop Frying Your Eyes: Computer - Eye Strain - Glasses
We all spend a fair amount of time in our digital world - computers, cell phones, console gaming systems, Kindles, Quick Pads. It's a whole new world for our eyes - and they ain't liking it. The most frequent health complaints among computer workers are visual, more than 4 TIMES the rate ...
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 31 Dec 2009 09:05:29
3. Do You Trust Your Computer Monitors? Eye Strain Is Bigger Than RSI!
Do You Trust Your Computer Monitors? Eye Strain Is Bigger Than RSI!
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is the physical price we pay for the new digital universe. CVS is the term the American Optometric Association uses for the maladies arising from engaging our new digital world. CVS can include many different effects, including headaches, dry eyes, chronic fatigue, ...
Computers & Electronics - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 05:13:20
4. Eye Strain From Computers - The $2 Billion Secret
Eye strain from computers affects 50%-90% of computer workers, of which there are 100 million, according to the American Optometric Association. 10 million primary eye care exams are provided annually in this country at a cost of $2 billion primarily because of visual problems caused by eye strai...
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 31 Dec 2009 09:00:11
5. 5 Ways To Reduce Computer Eye Strain
Think about what we've gotten used to doing - print, not pixels; focusing at books, not monitors; protection from sunlight, not artificial light. But now the digital world has been around long enough to see some of the physical effects, and we need to learn how to deal with them. Computer eye...
computers-and-electronics - Thu, 31 Dec 2009 08:57:06

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