Night Shift, uses geolocation and sunset time data to reduce the amount of blue light your device emits. However, the result isn’t a technical reduction in blue light, but rather a filtered amber version.
While Night Shift is a significant step in the right direction, the feature doesn’t efficiently block all blue light. While any reduction in the intensity or duration of blue light is helpful, it’s important that people look to other means for protection.
Scientists believe that overexposure to harmful blue light rays can confuse and alter our body’s natural circadian rhythms. The scientific theory surrounding circadian rhythms is that our bodies take these cues from our environment – which happens to be blue light. A reduction in blue light triggers the body to produce more melatonin, which gradually lulls into a restful sleep.
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As soon as the K/DA Popstar video released by @leagueoflegends, I knew I had to cosplay my girl Akali. The entire aesthetic with the graffiti and neon paints really caught my interest, so I wanted to replicate to the best of my ability.
Very big thank you to @pireze for gathering materials and being photographer for this shoot, I had a lot of fun !!