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Deaf Ecosystem Spotlight – Dunn Rite Optical – Convo

Deaf Ecosystem Spotlight – Dunn Rite Optical – Convo

By Micah Moen 1 Comment August 14, 2019


Did you know that It’s the same principle as how we protect our skin from the sun’s UV with sunblock lotion. Too much exposure of blue light is very damaging to your eyes. It helps your mood and alertness. It regulates your natural wake time and sleep cycle. Blue light passes through the lens of your eye and cornea and reaches the retina, which is the very crucial wall at the back of your eye. But with too much exposure to blue light, your retina wall becomes crisp and dry, causing digital strain and damage, which decreases your vision. The largest source is sunlight. However, tablet screens include blue light, as well as car headlights, really…today, you see LED light everywhere. Wow. in front of screens. Take frequent breaks to rest your eyes. You can go to a computer store and get a blue light screen protector to put on your monitor. They block blue light from going through my eyes. Or… They 100% block the blue light. That’s the advantage. Should we protect our eyes from blue light?

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ID: Robert, a white male with bald head wearing glasses and in a cream dress shirt with green, yellow, orange and purple floral print. He has a watch and a band on his left hand. He is sitting in a office with a window behind him. Convo’s app logo (black box with green camera) appears on right corner throughout the spotlight.

ROBERT: Did you know that

ID: Text appears in white and green: “80% of Americans spend 6 hours in front of a screen.”

ROBERT: It’s the same principle as how we protect our skin from the sun’s UV rays. What to do? You apply sunscreen or sunblock lotion to protect your skin.

ID: Text appears in white and green: “Shouldn’t we protect ourselves from blue light?”

ROBERT: Too much exposure of blue light is very damaging to your eyes.

ID: Robert wearing a black suit jacket over a white polo and blue jeans. He is also wearing a hat and sunglasses standing tall with his left arm on his blue van with his company logo on it. Text appears in white and green: “This is Robert”

ID: A closer picture of Robert wearing the hat and glasses with a paisley print dress shirt standing next to his logo on his blue van. Text appears in white and green: “Owner and founder of”

ID: The business logo with “Dunn Rite Optical” in orange and its slogan “Just Getting it Dunn Right” in blue appears underneath a illustration of a hand holding glasses over a face.

ID: A video reel of Robert getting his equipment out of his minivan Text appears in white and green: “A mobile optical company.” New video showing him entering a client’s house and setting up. Text appears in white and green: “In the comfort of your home.” A video shows him evaluating a client with an iPad and working on lens/glasses shows on screen.

ID: An image of Robert wearing glasses and orange vest and bowtie with surprised face with a dark overlay and text in green and white appears “Some blue light is needed for good health “

ROBERT: It helps your mood and alertness. It regulates your natural wake and sleep cycle.
ID: A blue background with a phone illustration showing blue light coming through an illustration of eye’s retina. Text appears in white and green: “How does blue light affect your eyes?”

ROBERT: Blue light is very potent and it can pass through the cornea and lens. It can travel and reach the retina. The retina is essential. With too much exposure from the blue light can cause crisp, dryness which will strain or damage the retina decreasing your vision.

ID: Image of a female with long hair and glasses on her forehead as she rubs her eyes. It appears that it is dark and blue light from her phone shines on her face. Text appears in white and green: “Where can you find blue light?”

ROBERT: The largest source is sunlight. However, there are many other sources like tablets, smartphones and monitors that has blue light. There is also blue light in cars' LED headlights. Nowadays you see all the LED (blue) lights out there.

ID: Image of tortoise glasses laying on a case among lens wipe cloth, lens cleaner with Dunn logo on it appears. Text appears in white and green: “How to protect your eyes from blue light”

ROBERT appears with text in white and green: “Reduce your screen time” as he signs: Decrease the amount of time spent in front of screens. Take frequent breaks to give your eyes a rest.

You can go to a computer store and get a (text in white and green: “Blue light screen protector.”) He swaps glasses while text: “Anti-reflective lens built-in” appears on screen. They block blue light from going through my eyes. Or you can try these: (text in white and green: “Computer glasses with yellow tint.” They 100% block the blue light.

ROBERT: Should we protect our eyes from the blue lights?

ID: Image of tortoise glasses laying on a case among lens wipe cloth, lens cleaner with Dunn logo on it appears. Text appears in white: “YES!”

ID: Closes with a gray background and text “Produced by CONVO. #deafecosystem” in green and white.

ID: Convo ad appears on a black background with green and white text: “Meet the all-new Convo (green logo) for iOS.” Video of iOS app’s dial pad and call screen appears showing the self-view screen along with VI and new hang up button. “More Personal” in the white and green text appears. “Personal” is replaced with “Features” closing with “It’s your call” overlay. Green background with “Download Today!” wipes down with bottom wiping up showing Convo app logo with “Convo” logo in white on black.

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