Does flux really remove all blue lights?Of course this is considering you use 1200k or darkroom mode because i doubt higher than that does anything.
I cant see any blue light and it looks really relaxing when i turn off the lights but of course like i said already this is at the lowest 1200k.Also check this https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Xj7XDT6UNk
All I know is that my eyes aren't as sore as they used to be after a couple hours by the computer since I started using F.Lux.
Whether or not it would affect your sleeping pattern... I don't know man It just feels better ;)
Blue lights are the reason for imsomnia and its seems that flux removes them but also its easy on your eyes because i would often drop tears from watching the screen but now my eyes feel really good.
I prefer blue light. It doesn't make me feel awake or anything either. Then again I'm pretty used to it. I've even replaced the lighting in my place with blue lights (fuck incandescent lights).
Yellow light is pig disgusting and makes me nauseated after a while.
Is this a serious fucking question? I cannot tell anymore.
The light on your screen is made from three component values: Red, Green, Blue. You can't take the 'blue' out of it and still see a normal colored picture on your screen.
All it's doing is adjusting that 'blue' value on the spectrum. The problem with looking at a computer screen late at night is that you're still looking at a computer screen late at night. Want to relax yourself at night? Don't look at a monitor or a television. Not install some dumb placebo which dims the colors on your monitor but doesn't actually take away the light which causes any of those problems.
Get on my lvl, plebs.
I have heard that more melatonin production leads to more powerful and frequent lucid dreams. If I slept in a darkroom and never went outside but just used my computer in darkroom mode with flux as my only outlet to the outside world, would I have some nice dreams?
On second thought I don't think it would be enough. I recommend living entirely in the darkroom, but also taking dozens of melatonin pills spaced throughout the day, and then an equal dosage all at once immediately before you expect to sleep. Repeat daily, and slowly increase your melatonin intake as your tolerance increases
Then you have best dream
>tfw you're already living in a dark room permanently
all i see is red and i cannot scream