THE SCIENCE OF COLOR
Around 1665, when Isaac Newton first passed white light through a prism, modern color theory was born.
The emperor Nero supposedly watched gladiator fights while looking through a transparent green stone since it was purportedly better for your eyes. According to author Mike Henry, US Civil War veterans were prescribed glasses with coloured lenses to treat disorders such as depression. Supposedly this practice gave rise to the phrase “To see the world through rose coloured glasses,”.
Color affects your mood, your productivity, and your performance. As your needs change, you should be free to change with them.
OUR CURRENT COLORS
See the world through rose colored glasses indeed! Rose is associated with relaxation, stress relief, calming aggression, and computer glare relief.LEARN MORE
Blue has an activating effect. It makes us think of refreshing water or a clear blue sky.LEARN MORE
Yellow lenses provide greater clarity and can also reduce eye strain. The warm, bright color yellow is associated with concentration, attentiveness and joy.LEARN MORE
Test subjects exposed to green prior to a creative task performed better on a creativity test than the control group.LEARN MORE
Brown lenses are said to provide a little bit of everything and In this way they are considered to be the most versatileLEARN MORE
Provides anti-fatigue benefits and overall protection from glare. A perfect choice for outdoor activities, allowing the color of objects to be seen in their purest form.LEARN MORE
START SEEING THE WORLD IN COLOR!
Mix and match colors to your heart’s content with our easy Slip In lenses, color therapy sunglasses.