Both sets of glasses were used at the Nexus LAN a few weeks ago. While they really do travel well with the included carrying bag, for some reason they just didn't work for me at the LAN as they did when I was at home. Maybe it was the lighting or lack thereof but that is common with LAN party‚Äôs these days. Everyone that I have ever been to always cranks the lights down low. What also came to my attention while using these, was the fact that the farther you are away from your monitor the focus becomes blurry. It wasn't really an issue when your fragging baddies all day long but when you want to sit back and just relax while you wait for your next tournament to start it does become annoying. I had our lead editor Wes try them out for a bit while standing back and even he could tell the focus goes haywire the farther back you sit. I am talking feet here by the way, not inches. Just don't wear them while your watching you HDTV that is positioned ten or more feet away from you. This is where the cheaper glasses stand out from the Gunners that we tested before. Although the optics are good, they are not perfect, this is shown in the blurring at a distance. My concern would be that this could cause eye strain, the opposite of what you would want these glasses for. 

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Wingless92 replied the topic: #21343 02 Dec 2011 22:47
A good entry level starting point for gaming glasses.
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Dreyvas replied the topic: #21346 03 Dec 2011 00:33
I was not aware these existed. Started reading the article thinking they were 3D or something. So basically they're f.lux in glasses form?

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