Yesterday I run into the article titled: Do You Have Problems with Light and Glare Sensitivity? Meet Leann Gibson, Who Has Been There Too! Since one of Glarminy’s goals is to be a community where people with high eye sensitivity to light can help each other I decided to summarizing Leann’s valuable experiences in learning to live with extreme light sensitivity.
What is glare and the meaning of glare for a light sensitive person
What is glare? I use the word glare frequently and therefore I should define it. What is the meaning of glare for a light sensitive person? I have given some clues about what glare feels like to a person with photophobia (see Why Glarminy and About Glarminy) but again, I haven’t taken the time for an explanation.
How to reduce glare: The ideal lighting for home or office
They say that if you don’t know where you are going, you are not likely to get there. For a glare and light sensitive person an important objective is to reduce glare. So, in order to know how to reduce glare in your home or office, it is important to consider what would be the ideal lighting. Conceptually, what conditions should one try to create to minimize glare?