Have a Protective Glasses on your monitor Screen of your Computer...?

@siliguri (4225)
India
March 15, 2010 12:20am CST
Hello, Friends... Do you put a protective glasses on your monitor screen to get protects of your eyes from deleterious ray coming from monitor screen or you wear spec.which protect yours eyes.....I think it is good to have a glasses which protects our eyes...Yesterday i brought it...and put it on the monitor screen..today..only...What yours story...friends...
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7 responses
• Philippines
24 Mar 10
Before yes but now I rely on a software to ease the brightness coming from the screen. It can be downloaded right here http://www.stereopsis.com/flux/. Its worth it.
@siliguri (4225)
• India
24 Mar 10
Friends thanks for saying the website the name..and it really works..i don't have such knowledge even it has website which protect our eyes...
@siliguri (4225)
• India
24 Mar 10
Hello, friend there is need of settings in it..or it changes it setting automatically...
• Philippines
24 Mar 10
Open the program change the settings to which brightness you like. After sunset it begins to dim the screen automatically and only when the software runs. does not open by itself so you have to open it or place the program at start up folder.
@hotsatya (240)
• India
16 Mar 10
I am using LCD screen, i know its effect my eyes day by day, but i like to use it without it, but whenever i use monitor then usually whenever i use monitor screeen i prefer monitor screen
@Yuusha (111)
• Sweden
15 Mar 10
Nope. There's actually no concrete evidence that shows that long-term exposure to computer monitors is harmful to your eyes.
• India
15 Mar 10
HELLO I use a pc it has a screen that absorbs the harmful radiations from the screen, my spects glass is also coated type, now i am away from home, am using a toshiba laptop, i have pasted a thin filter over it's screen too, we have to be careful always thanks for this post bhuwan
• India
15 Mar 10
Hello, Yes I have protecting glass mounted on my monitor. The purpose of these glasses is to polarize the electron beam that is emitted from the monitor. The CRT or the cathode ray tube works by projecting tiny electron beams on the CRT screen. This screen has a material called aquadag which gets illuminated while the electrons hit the screen. Now these beams are unpolarized, meaning has vibration in all direction which potentially harms our eyes. This can be avoided by polarizing it before it reaches the eyes. This can be done by placing a polarizer in between the eyes and the screen. It can either be a protective screen or special purpose spectacles. God bless you
@SHAMRACK (8522)
• India
15 Mar 10
Dear friend, I do mostly have spectacles. Moreover I used have a protective glass, but later I took it away as there was not much clarity for the picture I view through it.
@allknowing (84961)
• India
15 Mar 10
I use photo chromatic glasses which diffuse the light on my monitor. Even if your eyesight is normal you can buy a pair of glasses with 0 number.