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What happens when you wear orange glasses on incandescent bulbs?

PS. This is serious question, not a set up to a punchline! Because in the evening I use the computer, and I would like to block blue lights from the screen wearing orange glasses, but then what happens to the light emitted by the incandescent bulb?

asked Feb 1, 2015 by John Frusciante
edited Feb 2, 2015 by John Frusciante

Is this a set up to a punchline?

A black hole projects outwards from the glass. rip.


Thanks, but orange glasses feel definitely more comfortable to me

3 Answers

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answered Feb 2, 2015 by Spokey

You just get what the color of the lens lets through. I don't know what wavelengths that is, but less violet, and if it's UV coated, less UV as well.

Just use flux on max setting.

answered Feb 2, 2015 by lvysaur

Combined flux with an amber filter definitely blocks more blue than flux alone.

answered Feb 2, 2015 by Anon