With this infographic, InspiredShades hopes to educate the public about the benefits of wearing sunglasses for UV protection. The average consumer knows what to look for but at times the terminology can be confusing.
Many of us stare at computer screens all day long at work and that’s on top of staring at smartphones, tablets and televisions at home. In fact, you’re staring at a screen right now! It has an awful impact on our vision. Do you know how to prevent this damage?
MythBusters is a show dedicated to uncovering the truths and falsehoods behind myths, urban legends and the unknown. Using carefully controlled experiments and basic scientific principles, MythBusters delivers the answers we’re all looking for – even for questions many of us haven’t ever considered. Zenni Optical has done some research of their own. They set out to get to the bottom of some of the most popular vision and eyewear-related myths.
We all enjoy spending time surfing the internet or playing games on our smartphone, but do you sometimes find your eyes feel dry and tired, or your neck aches after a long period in front of a screen? This is known as CVS or digital eye strain. GetLenses has put together an informative and fun infographic to give you a better idea of the causes, symptoms and solutions to overcoming this modern day obstacle.
If you are experiencing blurry or double vision, seeing halos around lights, or squinting more than normal, you might need new eyeglasses. Check out this infographic from 10/10 Optics to learn how to properly care for your eyes.
This infographic, published by Lenstore, looks at 7 interesting facts about people’s eyes. It aims to increase awareness about one of the most fascinating parts of the body, and includes facts identified through scientific research, as well as some more quirky facts about how the eyes and brain interact.
This infographic, published by The Logo Company, looks at how certain animals see the world, using famous brand logos as an example. It shows hows cats, bees and birds view brand logos such as Coca-Cola, Google, McDonalds and YouTube. There’s also some other cool facts about how these creatures see things.
The human eye is pretty amazing, but there are some things it cannot do such as see ultraviolet light or detect images at a great distance. The visual capabilities on non-human creatures can help to open our eyes to the possibilities beyond our limited sight. This infographic, published by Mezzmer, looks at vision from some animal’s point of view.