Dark Reader generates dark themes for websites on the fly. Use the night mode to take care of your eyes. Adjust brightness and contrast to better fit your screen.
Darker Medium applies a customizable dark theme to *all* medium formatted stories. You can customize the header background, main accent color, highlight color and link styles separately from the option menu. No matter the domain, if a site is using Medium, it will get a dark theme; that is the main advantage over Stylus and Stylish.
Darkness is a Chrome extension that provides dark themes for popular websites
Brilliance brings the outside world into your home through Philips Hue lights. Set your location, choose what kind of lighting you want: sunlight, weather-based, urban lighting, northern lights, and more, set a schedule to turn the lights on and off, then sit back and enjoy your lights without having to fiddle with an app or dimmers.
Pomy is a desktop widget-style app designed to diminish eye strain, inspired by the 20-20-20 rule by optometrists.• Working on-screen for 20 minutes,• Look away at something that 20ft (6m) away for 20 seconds.
This Mac app reminds you to take a 20-second break every 20 minutes to look at something 20 ft (6 m) away. Taking breaks this often preserves your eyes from strain.
No eye strain means no eye-related problems (dry/irritated eyes, blurred vision, fatigue, headache), which can appear because of focusing on a computer screen for too long.
This Chrome™ extension changes page colors, brightness and contrast to increase readability and brings dark night mode to the world wide web.
✔ Inverts brightness instead of colors
✔ Improves readability
✔ Blue filter replaces blue light with red
✔ Activation and deactivation schedule
✔ User can add new themes
✔ Free forever
Smarter controls and a new Adaptive algorithm for your external displays.
• the brightness/contrast can respond to the built-in light sensor readings
• use the brightness keys to adjust external monitor's brightness
Iris is software which makes Monitors healthy for the eyes.
With Iris you can reduce the Blue Light emitted from your screen for better sleep, reduce the Brightness of your screen without PWM and avoid eye pain.
The science behind Iris:
If you work with multiple monitors sometimes you'll want to focus on the primary one.
And hey, that's just what Dimmy does.