Device phases out TV blue light

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In our recent Innovation Culture Bulletin we talked about the negative effects blue light can have, especially at night when the body is preparing for sleep. For those who can’t resist a few late night Netflix indulgences, f.lux for Mac offers an option for red-shifted screens, and now Drift TV can help reduce the blue light emitting from TV sets. Created by Sewell Direct, Drift TV connects to most existing TVs, and supports an HDMI cable. Users can program Drift TV to turn down the blue light an hour or two before their bedtime, allowing their body clock to function…

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