ZERO GLARE DES2 + UV!
WHERE DOES BLUE LIGHT COME FROM?
Blue light is ever-present in your environment, both outdoors and indoors:
NATURALLY PRODUCED BY THE SUN, WHATEVER THE SEASON USED IN FLUORESCENT LIGHT BULBS.
Emitted by LEDs
EMITTED BY LEDS PRESENT IN COMPUTER SCREENS, TABLETS, SMART PHONES, ETC
WHAT IS BLUE LIGHT?
Blue light is part of visible light and close to UV on the light spectrum. Naturally produced by the sun, emitted by leds present in computer screens.
CHILDREN NEEDEXTRA PROTECTION
Because their lifestyle is more exposed than adults to light. Their eyes are not yet fully developed, so they are less protected fromt the harmful effects of UV and Blue-Light.
- Children tend to spend a lot of time outdoors: On average their annual UV exposure is 3 times higher than for adults.
- Children’s pupils are larger, meaning they let in more UV and Blue light.
- Their crystalline lens is more transparent, meaning it is less efficient at filtering out UV.
PREVENTION IS KEYTO AVOIDING AGE-RELATED EYE DISEASES
Blue-light come from the sun and artificial light sources. Our environment is increasingly filled with blue light from computers, smart phones, tablets, etc. In combination with other factors, exposure can lead to Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMF.)
Anti-reflective coating (also called "AR coating or anti-glare coating") improves vision, reduces eye strain and makes your eyeglasses look more attractive.