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Arozzi Visione Gaming/Computer Optics

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I have a big head, how is the fit of the vx200? For comparison, the Gunnar intercepts didn’t fit
Just wonderin,g, does this instantly help on the spot with eye strain everyday? And would it reduce my eye strain if any occurs? I have 3 monitors and two phones in front of my face every day, So are these practical in any way to myself?
No option for the VX-200 that is displayed? I don't like the other ones, a bit too angular and "gaming" for me.
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The drop is back and the VX-200 is in stock this time, if you're still interested.
smileybarry
Yeah, I saw and already ordered. Thanks !
To the people thinking that the software (like night mode or flux) does the same thing as the glasses are incorrect. The majority of the blue light that causes eye fatigue and insomnia comes from the backlight of the screen. Most screens use a cool white light for the backlight. Cool white lies in the upper temperature of light or the blue range. Software's (typically) don't have access to the backlight because it's a subsystem of the monitor itself. The only way to change the backlight is by changing the brightness of the monitor. The reason blue light causes insomnia is it inhibits the production of melatonin in the brain which is one of the primary hormones that makes people sleepy. The glasses work by filtering out blue light wavelengths and reflecting them away. It is actually very easy to do using different chemicals in the making of the lenses. It just so happens that the chemicals that do it best typically show up yellow. The only monitors that reduce eye fatigue and insomnia are OLED. That is why the creation of OLED is great. They require no backlight making the only blue light produced is from what's being display.
This is not a play for just this company, it's to show that computer glasses do work when properly designed. My background in Physics, Mechanical Engineering and Applied Mathematics with an emphasis in experimental particle physics. I spend many of hours wearing these glasses while studying because they help a ton.
M.hall.Mines
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4602096/
This study shows that both glasses and software are effective. But this is actual evidence not just appeal to authority
So what about the people who wear prescription glasses...Many people in this tech industry wear prescription glasses.
I recommend people read this page, to understand what blue light is and how it works. UVhttps://www.allaboutvision.com/cvs/blue-light.htm
Does anyone have experience with the purple tint? I do not need color-grading glasses, and while I like the frame-less design of the VX600, I have my doubts that the purple tint is blocking blue light. Do they only look blue/purple from the front, and not through the back of the lens?
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same effect
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jtdaman
While this is helpful, it is not as fully effective as removing more or all blue light from what your eyes receive. Yes, it changes the Windows color scheme. No, it does not remove all blue light from the display or backlight. For those of us that sit at a computer 9 hours for work, and then come home and play video games, spending some money on glasses with blue light filters makes a lot of sense to protect our sense of vision.
jtdaman
Actually, its not because most of the blue light from screens comes from the screens back light. The night mode on most software just makes the screen more red.
flu.x has the exact same effect but is free (on pc).
sirsoswag
The effect is noticable, but not the same. It won't be able to control monitor backlight, for example.
Regarding the glasses in the first photo: I recently received the exact same frames (in sunglasses form) from Sunglass Warehouse. The frame is fine but I'm not sure the lenses on offer here are worth the cost.
These do not transition. They do change the color a bit, so if you are working in photoshop with color correctness as a key part of that just take them off when you need to. However these have been saving my eyes so I have to give them a great review. They seem to be well made after the year I've been using them. They help me sleep better and I have less eye fatigue these days. I would recommend these for desk jockeys and gamers alike.
1st purchase (VX800) was good but 2nd purchase VX600 the hard casing wasn't glued properly and the skin of the case is coming apart. Not too pleased with it
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Thank you so much arozzi service team, I've received the new pair of glasses and the new hard case is perfect! You're one of the best after sales service I've encountered, hope you guys will keep up the good work.
Elvan
Thank you and I'm glad I could help.
Anybody get theirs in the mail yet?
Still overpriced. These do the same thing as the ones on this site: https://supremedude.com/products/pro-lite-gaming-glasses-anti-blue-light
If you don't mind how they look, save yourself $15.
How does this shift colors on screen? I do lots of graphical work, will the colors shift? I can't find much on that.
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They were not meant to be worn outside. They are meant to reducing potentially harmful and distracting blue light they help eliminate unwanted artifacts, increase image clarity and visual acuity while reducing eye fatigue. Visione glasses also filter over 99% of UV rays and have photo sensitive lenses that automatically adjust for varying light conditions.
arozziserviceteam
It's this "photo sensitive" lens nonsense that caused problems. The write-up specifically calls this a "transition". These glasses DO NOT transition. At all. Apparently, I don't know what is meant by "photo sensitive" or "transition". The glasses always look the same.
Can you put the plain version on top of prescription glasses?
Redington
There are people who in our office that have done it many of times before. They are not made to be put on top of prescription glasses so I'm not sure how comfortable they would feel. I will pass this along to the right person in hopes maybe in the future we can have a pair that is meant to be put over prescription glasses. Thank you
arozziserviceteam
Better to pass along the information that customers want reading glasses optics for computer work. I would buy a pair from the first company that offers these for sale.
Are these anti-glare?
Surfing_Snorlax
All our glasses feature lenses that adjust to different types of lighting. With that being said they don't just have the one type of anti-glare. Thank you
These are not listed as having an anti-reflective coating. Take it for what it’s worth, but instead of getting in on the last Gunnar drop I figured I‘d try some surprisingly well reviewed $10 Gamma Rays from Amazon.
They have different styles but overall, have really positive reviews and I can’t understand why. They don’t have an anti-reflective coating and all I could see was a reflection of my eyes in the glasses. For me, it was a few steps shy of looking into a mirror.
Different brand of course and it’s just my experience but I figured that a heads up is worth leaving for those considering glasses without anti-reflective coating. I ended up returning the Gamma Rays because the reflection was too much of a distraction.
Can you wear on top of existing prescription glasses ?
AHuman
I have done it many times as an 100% of waking time glasses wearer.
I'm assuming that there is not a prescription option on these?
Bilsky
That's correct.
These are lightweight and comfortable. However, I find that they sit too low and I am almost looking at the black top bar. Does anyone know of a way to raise the height they sit at? (I have them pushed up so close to my eyes that my lashes touch the lenses)
RyCan
Hi, The service team at Arozzi would be happy to help you with the matter. They can be reached at Service@arozzi.com.
These seem to create some kind of vision distortion, and the color distortion effect is very strong. I find my cheaper pair from Amazon is actually more comfortable on my eyes.
dinosaur_meat
This doesn't seem right to me. I have never had someone mention this to us. You can contact customer service at Service@Arozzi.com and please send us a photo of your pair of glasses so we can look into this issue. Thank you.
While these are not the most attractive glasses, I do like that they are lightweight and comfortable for me to wear all day while at work. These seem to help with my recurrent migraines from staring at a bright screen everyday where my employer does not allow us to use special software or modify our hardware setup.
LinzyLiz
Agreed, they are very comfortable.
That type of glasses is so much gimmick, just install the latest beta version of (FLUX) and it's gonna do an even better job imo! Also having a glass could potentially add extra reflection, lower a bit the brightness of ur monitor, be annoying with headphones, etc.
PanzerIV
Some people (and not just us) do not agree with that opinion. This review was just posted a week or so ago: https://www.mmorpg.com/hardware-reviews/arozzi-visione-vx-800-gaming-optics-easy-on-the-eyes-1000012411
PanzerIV
I'm woth ArroziScott on this one. I used to use f.lux as well as macOS's built-in nighttime settings. Whether I'm using both programs at the same time or individually, I still feel eye fatigue. Not so much with these types of glasses.
Where are these shipped from please? @ArozziScott ? As I'm in Europe and want the pricier version, it could add up another 25% due to customs and vat charges if these were shipped from overseas...so whole massdrop point would be lost :/ Thank you
PiTRiS
Sorry, they are shipped from the US.
Once again I'm coming to the rescue: there a setting on your monitor called "color adjustment", and if you just turn down the blue bar, you get the same result for free, it's a miracle of modern technology!
I would be all over this but i need a 1.5 to 2 mag reading glasses when reading, that would be the ultimate option if they were offered in various standard reading glasses magnification factors.
dnoblett
Try Gunnars if you'd like a bit of magnification. They come with a stock 2 (some models 1?) mag I think. That being said I am now moving away from them due to the magnification (Annoying taking them off when someone comes into the office, and they're changing my eyes from looking through them 12-16 hours a day).
@ArozziScott, I received my order two days ago, and these really look and feel like a great piece of eyewear, but the glasses arrived with scratches on the lenses. I emailed the Arrozi support email address on 12/11/17, but have not heard back yet aside from the immediate automatic reply saying it is being reviewed.
Arrozi may want to rethink their packaging for these. I believe the reason these scratches happened is because the glasses sit right up against the plastic display window of the retail box, and that plastic rubs against the lenses, especially when it gets put into another larger box and sent through a parcel service. When I got the item I could see scuff marks on that plastic window and that the glasses didn't have any space separating them from it, and sure enough there were scratches on the lenses of the glasses.
Hope to hear back from the support team soon.
Not sure if anyone else is experiencing this, I'm not sure if the reflex coating is not up to snuff or what the deal is, but I constantly see the reflection of my eyeballs in the lenses. It's aggravating, like having large smudges on both lenses.
I've been wearing vision correcting glasses for over 15 years and I've never experienced this with any other pair.
Shozen
I was curious about this as well, do you normally get an anti glare coating on your glasses? I was told when I got my glasses that anti glare coatings make them smudge easier. But a low quality anti glare will be easily scratched and be a dust and grease magnet.
Received mine. Was happy to see they came with some nice quality accessories including a hard case, large lens cloth, and some replacement parts. They fit great, adjusted comfortably, and seem to help especially in low-light viewing. It is difficult to tell of course what the long term influence will be.