Getting just the right line of sight for a variety of operations at once, well, can be difficult. In this busy world we live, multi-tasking is key to getting things done. Our vision needs to multitask as well.read more →
Once you were in elementary school you probably performed classroom experiments that demonstrated how white light is composed of different wavelengths. The human eye perceives each light wavelength as a different color. That’s why when light travels by way of an angled or curved zoom lens, like a soap bubble, you see a rainbow of colors.
Nowadays, digital screens are everywhere: desktops, laptops, tablets, and even phones. The more time an individual spends working on and looking at these screens, the more likely they are to develop vision problems.
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Okay, so if you’re reading this, you probably wear glasses. I bet you’re also one of those people who use a computer. Most people use a computer nowadays. Computers are basically what makes the world go round at this point.
There is research that suggests that there is also a correlation between your eye color and your personality traits. It’s amazing that these discoveries help show us that our eyes are really the windows to the soul!
Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is complex eye and vision problems related to near work which are experienced during, or related to computer use. CVS is characterized by visual symptoms which result from interaction with a computer display or its environment. In most cases, symptoms occur because the visual demands of the task exceed the visual abilities of the individual to comfortably perform the task.
If you’ve ever gotten a painful eyestrain or headache from hours spent subjected to a computer’s harsh glare, then you know that the unnatural light radiating from your monitor can be more than just an annoyance—it can actually be a serious health risk as well. For most of us, though, limiting our time in front of this everyday machine is simply not an option.
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