These Glasses Will Make You Feel Less Depressed During The Winter
Nov 14, 2012 16:18
Not looking forward to the long winter months ahead? Then you might want to get your hands on these funky-looking specs.
Known as the 'SEQINETIC™', each pair is fitted with six LEDs and a reflector to shoot a comforting white "daylight" spectrum of light around your eyes. The creators say that the light will help to improve your mood during the winter months. Here's a little more from their Kickstarter page:
SEQINETIC™ "sun" glasses let you wear your light source while you go about your morning routine. And yes, you can read and use a computer while wearing them.
Using SEQINETIC™ "sun" glasses for up to 30 minutes a day, and you'll have much more energy during those long, dark winter months.
If you still aren't convinced about the claims mentioned above , then check out the demo below:
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