The flicker rate is really high that you can’t perceive it but your eyes start to synchronize with this. It’s like pumping in fitness, pumping your muscle. Every second this happens, hundreds of times per second. So we need this flicker rate to be the maximum amount to not feel eye pain.
Daniel Georgiev is the developer of Iris and a native of Bulgaria. Daniel, 22, developed this program after experiencing eye damage at a young age due to excessive amounts of computer programming.
Think of Iris as Flux or Night Shift on steroids. Iris allows you to control the temperature of your screen, the flicker in the background, and the emission of blue light.
I use it every single day on my computer, on my phone, and on my iPad. Iris has really revolutionized my relationship with the computer in terms of my day to day work. I am able to work longer, more effectively, and know that my eyes are not getting damaged.
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