Gadgets

14/11/2012

Glasses that make you less depressed

Seqinetic

(From Geekologie) This is Seqinetic, a pair of €59 (~$75) “sun” glasses that have six LEDs and a reflector to shoot a comforting white “daylight” spectrum of light around your eyes (but not directly in them) to improve your mood in the long, dark winter months.

Seqinetic glasses let you wear your light source while you go about your morning routine. And yes, you can read and use a computer while wearing them.

Using Seqinetic glasses for up to 30 minutes a day, and you’ll have much more energy during those long, dark winter months.

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