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Gunnar Optiks lenses enhance your screen experience

June 8th, 2009 1 comment

Do you spend your entire day staring at a computer monitor, barely blinking, captivated by the latest porn….errr Excel spreadsheet?  If you’re a typical gadgethound, you probably spend the better part of 8 hours a day eyelocked onto your screen.  (I of course, am lounging about watching my supermodel friends playing in my pool.)  Well that sort of staring can cause serious eyestrain.  Enter Gunnar with their Optik line of Digital Performance Eyewear.

halogen_crimsonGunnar makes a line of stylish non-prescription glasses designed to enhance your computer viewing experience.  Gunnar calls their technology i-AMP and it consists of a series of innovations that are designed to help you see the screen better.  The lenses geometry mimics nature by focusing light and increases humidity through tight curvature around the eye.  The lens material is ultralight and designed to be flexible and durable.  The lenses are coated with a special anti-reflective filter that cuts glare and reduces smudging and fingerprints.  And the tint is intended to tune the artificial light of most office environments to soften them and remove many of the higher frequency non-natural spectrum.

Sounds complicated, but reviews and independent studies have confirmed that the Optiks do indeed help enhance your ability to stare at the computer all day and all night.  Looking like Bono is just a side bonus.