4 Videos
  • ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect: Protecting your eyes from dangerous blue-violet light
    by Alexandre Mallette 405 9 0
    What is blue light and how can you protect your eyes from potentially harmful blue light? DuraVision® BlueProtect lenses by ZEISS are specifically designed for people who spend their time in front of a computer, TV or tablet. The light filtering system blocks harmful blue-violet light, but allows beneficial light waves to pass through. For more information, visit: http://www.zeiss.com/vision-care/en_us/spectacle-lenses-from-zeiss/duravision-blueprotect.html Ask your eye care professional. Follow ZEISS for the latest updates on the ZEISS Vision product line: https://www.facebook.com/zeissbettervision https://www.instagram.com/zeissvision/ https://twitter.com/zeissvision
    405 views 9 likes 0 comments
  • Anti-Reflective Coatings: What Are The Real Benefits?
    by Alexandre Mallette 230 11 0
    http://www.introeyes.com/anti-reflective-coatings-no-glare/ Have you ever seen your reflection off a picture frame or store window? While reflections can be used to check out your appearance, this is not a property you want your glasses to have. Anti-reflective (no glare) coatings were designed to provide you with crisp, clear vision by eliminating light reflections from your glasses. Glasses with anti-reflective coatings are easier to clean and better looking as well as may provide additional ultraviolet (UV) sunlight protection. For example, this is a pair of glasses with an anti-reflective coating. See how you can see straight through to my eyes? Now take a look at a pair of glasses without an anti-reflective coating. Can you see the glare and reflections coming off theses lenses? The difference is huge! Curious where you can purchase glasses with an anti-reflective coating? What are you waiting for? Make sure to schedule an appointment with your local eye care professional today!
    230 views 11 likes 0 comments
  • Do Blue Light Glasses & Monitor Filters REALLY Work?
    by Alexandre Mallette 202 9 2
    When I bought some Ebay monitor covers for my screens I was surprised to see that they did nothing at all. After this I got a pair of JINS PC Glasses (a popular and reputable eye wear chain in Japan) and was surprised that they were doing nothing as well (or very little vs my hardware store glasses) and so I decided to get some solid tests done (even though they are slightly ghetto as I don't have the money for really expensive gear) and I was shocked to find that the cheaper options were doing the best in terms of blocking out that blue light and letting through the red light. I then set out on a question to find out what the best pair of pc glasses (or blue light filter specs) work the best, and was shocked with my findings (especially the ebay fraudulent panel). I hope you guys enjoy this video and if you have any questions or wish to share any insights then feel free to drop a comment below! I also haven't tested Gunnars or Gamma Flex Rays so if you are interested in sending me a pair then I can test them and report back the results in this video with an annotation or something. Here are some cheap recommendations that will work pretty well. Yellow Tinge (look identical to my big ones actually) - http://amzn.to/23bSRME No Tinge (though won't block as much) - http://amzn.to/236ue7v ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Check me out on other social media* https://twitter.com/techyescity https://www.facebook.com/techyescity *Donate to show appreciation and help keep TYC sponsor free! http://www.patreon.com/techyescity ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro & Outro Music - Disfigure - Blank
    202 views 9 likes 2 comments
  • 7 of the Best Computer Glasses | January 2017
    by Alexandre Mallette 354 4 0
    In This Video review from Ezvid Wiki you can see a comparison between some of the famous models and brands for Computer Glasses and Gaming Glasses: DUCO Optiks GX090 Matte Black Pardus Full Rim Advanced Computer J+S Vision Blue Light Apollos Vision Gaming Glasses NoScope 'Wraith' Video Gaming Glasses Gamma Ray Optics Gunnar Optiks INT-00101 Intercept Visit https://wiki.ezvid.com for more interesting videos. Benefits Of Computer glasses The most notable benefit of wearing computer glasses comes from eliminating the effect of blue light on the eyes and brain. As such, it is key to understand what blue light is, and why it is so important to filter it out. Blue light is the part of the visible light spectrum that consists of wavelengths between 415 and 495 nanometers. From there, blue light is subdivided into two groups called blue-turquoise light and blue-violet light. When blue-violet light hits the eye, proteins called opsins attach to the photons to allow more light particles into the eye than any other wavelength. Too much of this stimulating light can actually damage the physical structure of the eye, leading up to cell death. The more damaging form of blue light is blue-violet light. This is found in natural sunlight, but is also heavily found in artificial lights, such as the lights of computers, televisions, tablets, and mobile phones. With some reports estimating humans now spend 90 percent of their lives indoors, and much of that time looking at an electronic device, it is important to balance the negative effects of blue light in every way possible. Wearing computer glasses and limiting electronic device usage at night is a big step towards reducing eye strain. Read more on : https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-gaming-glasses?id=ytdesc
    354 views 4 likes 0 comments
  • ZEISS DuraVision BlueProtect: Protecting your eyes from dangerous blue-violet light
    by Alexandre Mallette 405 9 0
    What is blue light and how can you protect your eyes from potentially harmful blue light? DuraVision® BlueProtect lenses by ZEISS are specifically designed for people who spend their time in front of a computer, TV or tablet. The light filtering system blocks harmful blue-violet light, but allows beneficial light waves to pass through. For more information, visit: http://www.zeiss.com/vision-care/en_us/spectacle-lenses-from-zeiss/duravision-blueprotect.html Ask your eye care professional. Follow ZEISS for the latest updates on the ZEISS Vision product line: https://www.facebook.com/zeissbettervision https://www.instagram.com/zeissvision/ https://twitter.com/zeissvision
    405 views 9 likes 0 comments
  • Anti-Reflective Coatings: What Are The Real Benefits?
    by Alexandre Mallette 230 11 0
    http://www.introeyes.com/anti-reflective-coatings-no-glare/ Have you ever seen your reflection off a picture frame or store window? While reflections can be used to check out your appearance, this is not a property you want your glasses to have. Anti-reflective (no glare) coatings were designed to provide you with crisp, clear vision by eliminating light reflections from your glasses. Glasses with anti-reflective coatings are easier to clean and better looking as well as may provide additional ultraviolet (UV) sunlight protection. For example, this is a pair of glasses with an anti-reflective coating. See how you can see straight through to my eyes? Now take a look at a pair of glasses without an anti-reflective coating. Can you see the glare and reflections coming off theses lenses? The difference is huge! Curious where you can purchase glasses with an anti-reflective coating? What are you waiting for? Make sure to schedule an appointment with your local eye care professional today!
    230 views 11 likes 0 comments
  • Do Blue Light Glasses & Monitor Filters REALLY Work?
    by Alexandre Mallette 202 9 2
    When I bought some Ebay monitor covers for my screens I was surprised to see that they did nothing at all. After this I got a pair of JINS PC Glasses (a popular and reputable eye wear chain in Japan) and was surprised that they were doing nothing as well (or very little vs my hardware store glasses) and so I decided to get some solid tests done (even though they are slightly ghetto as I don't have the money for really expensive gear) and I was shocked to find that the cheaper options were doing the best in terms of blocking out that blue light and letting through the red light. I then set out on a question to find out what the best pair of pc glasses (or blue light filter specs) work the best, and was shocked with my findings (especially the ebay fraudulent panel). I hope you guys enjoy this video and if you have any questions or wish to share any insights then feel free to drop a comment below! I also haven't tested Gunnars or Gamma Flex Rays so if you are interested in sending me a pair then I can test them and report back the results in this video with an annotation or something. Here are some cheap recommendations that will work pretty well. Yellow Tinge (look identical to my big ones actually) - http://amzn.to/23bSRME No Tinge (though won't block as much) - http://amzn.to/236ue7v ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- *Check me out on other social media* https://twitter.com/techyescity https://www.facebook.com/techyescity *Donate to show appreciation and help keep TYC sponsor free! http://www.patreon.com/techyescity ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intro & Outro Music - Disfigure - Blank
    202 views 9 likes 2 comments
  • 7 of the Best Computer Glasses | January 2017
    by Alexandre Mallette 354 4 0
    In This Video review from Ezvid Wiki you can see a comparison between some of the famous models and brands for Computer Glasses and Gaming Glasses: DUCO Optiks GX090 Matte Black Pardus Full Rim Advanced Computer J+S Vision Blue Light Apollos Vision Gaming Glasses NoScope 'Wraith' Video Gaming Glasses Gamma Ray Optics Gunnar Optiks INT-00101 Intercept Visit https://wiki.ezvid.com for more interesting videos. Benefits Of Computer glasses The most notable benefit of wearing computer glasses comes from eliminating the effect of blue light on the eyes and brain. As such, it is key to understand what blue light is, and why it is so important to filter it out. Blue light is the part of the visible light spectrum that consists of wavelengths between 415 and 495 nanometers. From there, blue light is subdivided into two groups called blue-turquoise light and blue-violet light. When blue-violet light hits the eye, proteins called opsins attach to the photons to allow more light particles into the eye than any other wavelength. Too much of this stimulating light can actually damage the physical structure of the eye, leading up to cell death. The more damaging form of blue light is blue-violet light. This is found in natural sunlight, but is also heavily found in artificial lights, such as the lights of computers, televisions, tablets, and mobile phones. With some reports estimating humans now spend 90 percent of their lives indoors, and much of that time looking at an electronic device, it is important to balance the negative effects of blue light in every way possible. Wearing computer glasses and limiting electronic device usage at night is a big step towards reducing eye strain. Read more on : https://wiki.ezvid.com/best-gaming-glasses?id=ytdesc
    354 views 4 likes 0 comments