@Nikipe is f.lux working on sidecar with this pause, or is it just using the iPad settings? I guess fast transitions is the best that could be done though we might be able to ignore the sidecar device if needed.
I was wondering if f.lux has any plans of developing Sunglasses with or without adjustable color/tint/...etc ?
The same for Dayglasses - for more general use. And Nightglasses - for driving, to reduce the brightness of today's overly bright headlights.
If you have never thought about that, so maybe it could be an idea. I think many many people are developing various eye problems due to large screens of TVs and computers, and blue light they emit.
A discussion about sleep, light, wellness, circadian clocks
@lux1782 I think screens should dim quite a bit before bed, but also the ambient light in the room you're in matters a lot as well. So I would try to have some scheduled dimming in your room, and then dim the screen to keep it readable, but not bright. The color changes we do with f.lux account for another 3-10x in "equivalent dimming" but you should do both.
@Filip yes we have implemented it many times over the years and the main issue is interacting with the half-dozen other systems that do similar things in Windows. Someday we will have something simple and useful enough to ship. ;)