They may not make you play better, but NoScope Demon Series gaming glasses can help you play longer

NoScope glasses Demon serires

Have you ever found yourself deep in the jungle searching for bad guys, or how about deep in space looking for those aggressive aliens? If you play video games, especially FPS (First Person Shooters) games, you probably know what I am talking about. One issue I have noticed when putting in long sessions of gaming is that my eyes start to tire and even ache. The Demon series gaming glasses from NoScope may be able to solve this issue. The premise behind the Demon series glasses and others like it, is that they basically block out blue light that causes eye strain and fatigue. The Demon series glasses also help improve contrast and clarity while gaming or on the computer. The glasses are light weight with resin coated lenses and come with a free microfiber cleaning cloth and carrying pouch. At $19.99 from the NoScop glasses website, the Demon series gaming glasses won’t make you play better, but may make you more comfortable while playing.

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6 comments… add one

  • nickie September 4, 2014, 5:36 pm

    i’d rather put a yellow filter on my screen perhaps?

  • Larry Geisz September 4, 2014, 6:29 pm

    @ nickie: where would you get such a filter?… Plus taking it on and off in between gaming and tv watching may be an issue…

  • John Ji September 4, 2014, 7:31 pm

    Author, I think you’ve been sucked into some marketing mumbo jumbo.

  • Larry Geisz September 4, 2014, 8:16 pm

    @John Ji: Can you explain why you think this? I do know there are sound principles at work with the theory behind these glasses and other like them, I get this from my years of firearms shooting and training. As to how well these will work while using computers I do not know, but I do know that there is a active market for these products in the gaming community.

  • GamerLongTime September 6, 2014, 10:25 am

    OR you can just use the settings on your monitor/TV or video card to change the color mode. I set mine to “game” and it shows less blue. Others might just call the color setting “warm”. It makes white look very different at first but you will get used to it. I do the same for my work PC as well. Plus glasses helped with my eye strain so get your eyes checked, too.

  • Larry Geisz September 6, 2014, 3:05 pm

    @GamerLongTime: Although I agree you could adjust your TV or monitor, that solution may not always be practice if you use your tv for mare than gaming….

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