When you work at a computer for any length of time, it's common to experience eye strain, blurred vision, red eyes and other symptoms of computer vision syndrome (CVS). This is because the visual demands of computer work are unlike those associated with most other activities.
Computer glasses are special-purpose eyeglasses meant to optimize your eyesight when you're looking at digital screens. They're designed to: reduce glare (a major cause of eyestrain), increase contrast, and maximize what you see through the lenses—making it easier to look at a screen for longer periods of time. Here are the two main features you'll see in glasses like these:
Anti-reflective (AR) coating: Anti-reflective coatings reduce glare bouncing off screens and from light sources. Specially-designed computer and gaming glasses from Gunnar and VC Eyewear offer these coatings and prescription glasses can get anti-reflective coatings as well. However, not all anti-reflective coatings are the same. My last pair of eyeglasses from two years ago had a cheap coating that was constantly catching smudges and dirt—actually causing eyestrain and vision problems as a result. I was probably cleaning those things every half hour. The glasses I recently got (funded by the Vision Council) with newer/more advanced coating don't have that problem.
Firmoo computer glasses protect your eyes from computer screen. Computer glasses are also known as computer gaming glasses, yellow tinted glasses for computer, blue blocker glasses for computer or glasses for computer screen protection.
Firmoo offers prescription computer glasses, non-prescription computer glasses, reading computer glasses for men and women.