Since our childhood, we have been hearing that watching TV in a dark room is not good for eyes, same is the case with computers. The television screens and computer monitors are almost similar and our eyes are at same risk whether we are watching TV in a dark room or staring at the computer screen in the dark. Staring at the computer screen in a dark room strain our eyes which further may lead to headaches, temporary blurriness, and other severe eye problems. But then again, geeks love working in the dark; so there has to be some way out.
Hacker Vision for Chrome
While reducing the screen brightness may help to some extent, but not remediate the issue completely. Hacker Vision Chrome extension can help you here. Hackers Vision changes the bright white web-pages into the eye-pleasing colors. You just have to install the extension on your browser and it will automatically invert the color scheme of every page you visit although you can pause and resume the extension when you want.
Furthermore, you can also choose which sites to view normally. The default settings shows every website with inverted color scheme which can be switched to Normal with a couple of clicks. Just click on the Hacker Vision icon and select- Hacker Vision or Normal accordingly and save the settings.
Hacker Vision is a useful utility which dims the blazingly bright websites thereby comforting your eyes. This is a perfect Chrome Extension for night browsing and privacy surfing at night-time when others are around you. It actually overturns the color scheme and thus the websites with black or dark background may look bright with this extension.
Hackers Vision is free – but it shows a Donate button in its main overview. You can download it from the Chrome Store.