Gaming is embraced by billions of people across all ages, and perhaps you're one of them.
- A 2019 study conducted by the Entertainment Software Association revealed that in the US
alone over 164 million people play video games, and 75% of American households have at least one gamer.
-Newzoo projects there will be 2.7 billion gamers worldwide in 2023. Perhaps more importantly,
the average gaming time per day has risen by 20% since 2011.
But why do you play games? For fun? To escape into a new world? To become someone else? Whatever the reason is, all great games have two things in common—they are immersive and interactive. It feels great to be completely immersed in the game and feel the excitement and accomplishment after finishing a new level, unlocking a new skill, or beating the final boss.
However, you may often have to choose between enjoyment and health.
To enjoy games to the fullest, you may use dim lights, fluorescent lights, or RGB lights even though they could be harmful to your eyes. If you turn all the lights in your space on, it takes away from thrill of being fully engaged in the game.
So you are stuck with a dilemma: damage your eyes or have a less immersive experience?
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