Enterprises TV takes a look at the results of long-term eye strain endured by those who love their Google Glass.
Online PR News – 23-May-2014 – Coral Springs, Florida – Enterprises TV plans to report on a health issue that has arisen with the popularity of the new Google Glass device. Eye strain and headaches have been reported widely among fans of the new Google anywhere-anytime personal internet, photography and communication system. This might have been foreseen because the human eye is not used to focusing on one place for a prolonged period of time. The eyes, working as a finely-tuned pair, also aren't used to having one eye focus on a very different distance than the other. Of course, after buying the newest gadget, owners tend to use it for many hours throughout their day, adding long-term strain to the mix. Fans of Google Glass might be advised to vary their usage and try to remember not to stare at the display for too long at a time. It is their own health that's at stake.
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