When it comes to a fun, rough and tumble sport in an exhilarating environment, nothing beats skiing or snowboarding. Flying down hills, going over jumps, twists, turns, slaloms and every which way but loose!
In winter, snow creates a dangerous amount of glare. While you’re driving, skiing or clearing your walk from the latest fresh snowfall, snow reflects light in all directions. Sunlight will go directly into your eyes, as well as bouncing off of reflective surfaces such as street signs and windows.
Being out on the water in a boat is one of the most exhilarating and enjoyable activities that you can enjoy. Whether it’s fishing, water skiing, tubing, cruising, on fresh or salt water, nothing beats the fresh air, water spray and the sun.
If you have problems with glare while driving, the best solution is to wear polarized sunglasses. The lenses are treated with a film that behaves as an absorptive polarizer, which prevents the transmission of light that’s not in sync with other light waves. While the process behind polarization is esoteric, the end result is a reduction of glare.
Touch screens offer a simple, streamlined interface that lets you control your device with a simple tap or swipe. The vast majority of digital devices on the market today have at least some touchscreen functionality, thanks to how convenient and intuitive the technology is for most users.
Summer’s a popular time for long car trips. There’s nothing quite so exciting as climbing in the car with friends or family — or all alone — and going on an adventure.
Everyone knows that glare from the sun or other light sources makes driving more dangerous. Glare can temporarily blind drivers, causing them to miss important visual cues on the road. In serious cases, the instinct to cover the eyes or avoid the source of the bright light may cause a car to lose control.
It’s time to go fishing, so get out the rods, the reels, the boat and the fish finder, pack them all up, and get out on the water. And with all of those things in the boat, the last thing on your mind should be eliminating the glare on your fish finder. Most displays wash out in bright sunlight, making it hard to read the screen and see where the fish are located.
What’s the Answer?
The best was to solve this problem is to install a special screen protector film over the display that will make the display visible again and also protect the screen from damage by the constant sunlight. The reduction of the sun’s glare will allow you to point the boat in any direction, and you’ll still be able to read the screen. How many times did you try to cover the display with one hand while steering with the other? Continue reading Saving your GPS or Fish Finder from Sun Damage with a NuShield Screen Protector
If you are like most bikers, you use a GPS device to navigate the roads. Unfortunately, the sun’s glare oftentimes makes it extremely difficult to read what is displayed on the screen, impairing your motorcycle safety. Some motorcycle GPS devices are built with a higher screen brightness, but it does not provide clear visibility when the sun is shining overhead. If you face such a predicament, a solution is available in the form of the NuShield DayVue Film.
RV travel has always been a popular form of getting away from the hustle and the bustle of city life, and with gas prices dropping like never before, taking the RV out for a camping trip, or a cross country journey, has never been easier than it is now.
One thing that you may not think of while traveling is glare on all of your electronic viewing screens. TV’s, GPS units, cameras and even laptops, tablets and notebooks are going to be used in places where they wouldn’t normally be. Continue reading Glare Reflection Can Now Be Avoided on Your RV TV, GPS, and Cameras