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Blue light filters and red blue blockers cause a pink hue when combined with a white background

Discussion in 'Biohacking 101' started by Ozan, Apr 17, 2019.

  1. Ozan

    Ozan New Member

    Hello all. I've been reading a lot and it's time for my first post! I've read a lot of the forums dedicated to the color pink. Whilst reading I realized that my screen (though being blocked by the iPhones most intense red hue and my red blue blockers) is pink. The white background on forums like this and all other white areas on tech combine with red to make pink. Is this an issue? We stare at our monitors and phones thinking we are protecting ourselves but are we actually encouraging issues to develop by staring at pink? Are we better off sticking to amber rather than red to avoid the pink color combination? Thanks again everyone.

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