Are your eyes tired when staring at your computer for hours and hours while digital data streams at you all day, every day? To most people, the answer is “yes”! From computer screens to cell phones, the relentless visual assault is frying your eyes. Gunnar has resolved this problem and jump into rescuing people’s eyes.
Based on the intensive study and research on the human eye and its interaction with digital devices, Gunnar has produced the Digital Performance Eyewear, which helps computer users be more productive and more effective throughout the day. With Gunnar’s i-AMP lens technology - an optical platform that incorporates proprietary lens materials, tints, coatings and geometry, one gets an immediate and noticeable visual advantage in the short term, and better performance and protection in the long term. The performance eyewear line also helps prevent Digital Eye Fatigue (DEF) and protects against Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS), a visual condition that impairs the eyesight of millions of computer users each year.
These advanced glasses are designed for both function and style for the sophisticated, image-conscious digital user. When you’re ready to protect your eyes, the Gunnar Catalyst Wi-Five Digital Performance Eyewear will help you achieve your goals.
First Skeptical, Now Impressed
Pros: Ideal for people who are constantly at their computer reading long document, or going through lines of code, day in and day out.
Cons: The amber lenses are certainly not for people who look at pictures, or watch movies, on their computer daily. Gunnar makes a clear lens which is designed for people that need the full color spectrum.
Other Thoughts: I make my living sitting in front of the computer, reading security articles, implementing networks and servers, and developing software for just about any device possible. As such I am constantly in front of the computer reading variably sized text for extended durations each day.
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Pros: I read all the reviews before buying. Half of the people loved them and half got dizzy and hated them. I wasn't sure if their (Gunnar's) research was real or if it was all just marketing.
Cons: A prism might happen in wrap-around type glasses like these. If I understand correctly, it is when the focus of one lens is shifted above or below the focus of the other -- like if you wore your glasses on a slight diagonal across your face.
Other Thoughts: We also tested the other claims. The eye doc said the yellow tint is really common for reducing glare. Also, a rose tint is common for this. Essentially it turns the harsh, bright whites into something more calm.
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Pros: The glasses are nice to look at and have great style. They do give some relief from bright florescent lighting in offices.
Cons: The slight magnification messed with my head a little too much. Up until a year ago I wore glasses every day for 20 years. I put these on and after about 2 hours my head felt like it was spinning....which is never good. Of course with any type of glasses YMMV.
Other Thoughts: Cool to look at, but might not work like you want them too. I'm sure some one has had good luck with them.
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