If you spend a lot of time staring at a screen whether it be your computer or your cell phone you are being bombarded by blue light. Blue light increases the risk of macular degeneration. The fact that blue light penetrates all the way to the retina (the inner lining of the back of the eye) is important, because laboratory studies have shown that too much exposure to blue light can damage light-sensitive cells in the retina. This can also cause migraines or even have negative effects on your sleep patterns. Blue light is essential during daylight hours because it helps boost attention, reaction times, and mood. However you do not want this at night. And many of us spend time burning the midnight oil either finishing up work and trying to finish an in game mission.
Luckily there is an a solution to combat this slight problem.
FDE aka Fat Dark Earth and Ron aka InsanePeon with Military & Veteran Gamer’s get a new look at Gunnar Gaming Eye ware Find out more about Gunnar HERE: https://gunnar.comGunnar eyewear blocks blue light emissions and even has a .2 magnification.
TacticalShit invaded twitch con and FDE was there to bring us this awesome experience. TacticalShit sponsored the Military & Veterans Gaming booth for the event, providing gear booth materials, giveaway items, nudes, and more!
We’re kidding about the nudes.
Eitherway we are going to be covering the amazing things we found during out time at the event from gear, streamers, and other awesome shit!
The Military & Veterans Gamers Group is the largest veteran-affiliated gamer community in the nation and is comprised of over 3000 members who have served in uniform, to include family members & friends. Though it should be noted that membership is open to anyone who proudly supports the United States and her allies. More importantly they are doing great things for active duty and veteran alike! They have an excellent support team of chaplains and a veteran peer support team available to those seeking help in their time of need. They also mentor those who are interested in serving even throughout their career.
In the past they have hosted several 24 Hour live-stream on their channel and were able to raise over $1000 per event to send care packages to those deployed downrange.