Iris

Protect your eyes from your computer's LCD

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:

https://iristech.co/pwm-flicker

https://iristech.co/blue-light

More: Iris vs F.lux, Download, Buy Iris Pro

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Reviews

 +4 reviews
  • Boris BerenbergAtlas Authority
    Pros: 

    Feature Full

    Cons: 

    Everything

    Holy bad software. Supper laggy itself, brought the system to a crawl on OSX. 2 monitors made it absolutely unusable. Does not play nice at all if f.lux is already installed. I uninstalled and went straight back to f.lux which does a lot less but better.

    Boris Berenberg has used this product for one day.

Discussion

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Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
Hi, If you want to try the product I'm giving you 1000 activations of Iris Pro with this code: team-producthunt Any feedback will be greatly appreciated and I will be happy to answer any questions :) Daniel - Founder of Iris
Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
500+ activations of the product today. Thank you! :) Only half of them left If you like the product or have any question leave a comment here and I will answer you as fast as I can :)
Ayush Chandra@ayush_chandra · Research Intern & Tech Evangelist
Great job !! How does this work and how helpful is this ? Would love to try my hands on Iris ? 😊
Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
@ayush_chandra You just install it and it automatically adjusts your screen :)
Torin@deleted-103823
The best feature of this app is that it is a quick way to adjust brightness and color temp on multiple monitors at once. It gets confusing after that. Some of the settings are kind of helpful working in a corporate office (super bright uv lights)... health, dark, sunglasses. Some are just strange. Why does programming mean that the monitor turns negative? Why not just call it that? The pro ui settings panel is frustrating on MacOS. The scrolling is difficult, I cant see more than a couple options at once and it's not clear why I'm seeing a setting for Moon when that's not an option in the dropdown. I actually prefer the free version at the moment for those reasons. The app has potential. My advice is don't have features for the sake of having features. Do you need 9 different settings? Do four or five add extra value? Can the user do a lot with just 4 settings? For me, the answer is yes.
Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
@deleted-103823 Thanks for the feedback Torin :) In the free version you have different presets. In the Pro version, the values reduce more blue light and brightness. I will do my best to improve the UI and remove not needed features.
Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
@imatincr I made new version with CPU optimizations for OSX today Can you try it and tell me if you still hate the product :) https://iristech.co/iris/ (The UI is not created if you don't click the settings panel, this reduces CPU and RAM a lot)
Dan Previte@dprevite
@daniel_georgiev Just installed the latest version now and it's incredibly laggy and causes my computer to run very slow. Had to delete it.
Daniel GeorgievMaker@daniel_georgiev · C++ Programmer. Founder of Iris
@dprevite Does this happen with other versions of Iris?