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There is a better technology driven solution that works with and enhances properties of the human eye. Gunnar digital eyewear increases visual performance, prevents Digital Eye Fatigue (DEF) and protects against full-blown Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS). It all begins with i-AMP lens technology -- an optical platform that incorporates proprietary lens materials, lens tints, lens coatings, and lens geometry. Gunnar digital performance eyewear is engineered for an immediate and profound visual advantage and now even the most demanding computer users are more productive and more effective for longer periods of time. Gunnar Digital Performance Eyewear -- the must have digital performance equipment for your digital lifestyle.
Smooth. Rounded lens lines combined with widescreen formatting make the Groove a top performer. i-AMPTM enabled lenses, flexible temples and adjustable floating nose pads provide the ergonomics necessary for marathon sessions.
i-FI lens coatings
i-Fi lens coatings filter and protect. Our proprietary nano-filters help capture all of the good light coming from the computer screen while diffusing the bad reflective light and glare. The outer coating provides a protective layer that shields the lens from scratching, abrasion, and oxidation damage.
fRACTYL lens geometry
Computer generated fRACTYL lens geometry mimics nature through advanced science and engineering. Aiding the natural focusing power of the cornea, our lens geometry eases eyestrain caused by near distance computer viewing. fRACTYL lens geometry uses independently curved front and back surfaces to provide unparalleled distortion-free optics. Fused with Gunnar frames, the tightly arced lenses form a personal ocular microclimate that prevents dry eyes.
iONik lens tints
iONik lens tints take harsh artificial light and precisely tune it to match the anatomy of the eye. Our custom organic dye compounds condition and shift transmitted light into the preferred color spectrum, increasing visual contrast, detail and resolution. Edges of screen pixilated images read more easily and interfering blue light is reduced -- ultimately your eyes are less fatigued.
diAMIX lens material
No existing lens material had all the properties we needed. So we gave our lab techs the task of developing the lightest, most optically pure lens material possible. Beating out polycarbonate on the toughness scale and rivaling the undisputed optics of ground glass, diAMIX is the next generation of lens materials for those that demand the highest optical qualities.
If you stare at a computer screen all day you will love these.
I like them, my girlfriend likes them, and I'm sure you will too. *note: I may do a video review so you can see what I'm taking about, but don't hold your breath.
The fit was nice on my extra large head, though the vision took some getting used to.
Love these glasses. Unfortunately my first pair broke at the left arm. I emailed Gunnar support a month ago and still have received no response.Published 11 days ago by omni osi (viral vinyl)
These do seem to work but the price is way too high. I prefer using my cheaper computer glasses that are lighter and fit better. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Trigger Happy
I'm a bit of a slave to my computer at work and Stockholm Syndrome have me captive at home. If I don't find time for breaks, I get strained eyes and headaches. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Shane O. Laake
I bought these on a colleagues recommendation when I started complaining of headaches. I wear reading glasses with a +1 prescription for astigmatism but my current pair has been... Read morePublished 22 months ago by A Guy
I bought this product because I was curious if whether or not it would actually improve my gaming time on my computer. Read morePublished on June 22, 2012 by TheLave
I have received the glasses, it looks nice and good. However I found a scratch in the far left part of the right glass.Published on June 4, 2012 by AlKenani