New Orleans Mardi Gras celebrations began this year on Jan. 6 commemorating King’s Day (Feast of the Epiphany), and ends on Shrove Tuesday, or “Fat Tuesday”, the day before Ash Wednesday, February 28th. Parades, free outdoor concerts with national and local artists are among the attractions that draw the 1.4 million visitors each year, and that’s more than double the Women’s March (470,000) in Washington DC and Inauguration (160,000) combined! Continue reading Mardi Gras 2017 Better with NuShield Antireflective Screen Protectors
Not satisfied with standard printed Valentine cards? Want to make your Valentine message more personal and more relevant? Exchanging photos of special times, adventures, and happy times in photo collages, photo albums, Facebook and Instagram photos can be far more moving than giving a generic purchased cards. Continue reading Five Fun Ways to Show Your Love on Valentine’s Day with NuShield Triple A Antiglare Screen Protectors
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.
As a smartphone owner, you’ve probably encountered the common problem of glare and reflections on more than one occasion when attempting to use your smartphone outdoors on a sunny day. While simply pivoting around in place, finding a shady area or ducking inside somewhere can solve this problem, it’s not only inconvenient, but it makes it difficult to play your new favorite smartphone game, Pokemon Go. Fortunately, this can be solved by installing our NuShield DayVue anti-reflective screen protector on your smartphone.
Think about all the ways you put your eyes to work during the day. From the first moment you wake up to the last moment before you go to sleep, your eyes are your guide to the world around you. They help you work through the basics—reading the clock when the alarm goes off, checking labels on food you’ll eat for breakfast, knowing when it’s safe to cross a street. And they also help with more complex tasks—reading reports at work, for example, or absorbing a piece of literature that you’re in love with.
The 2016 Summer Olympics are less than a month away. People from around the world will be flying into Rio de Janeiro for the chance to see world-class athletes compete across over 300 events. Sports fans and reporters are gearing up for just over two weeks solid of sports.
Crystal clear tempered glass screen protectors promise maximum transparency and impact protection. This makes for good advertising, but there is a major drawback. The clear surface reflects everything around it, making the display hard to read. For good viewing on LCD devices under most viewing conditions, an anti-glare or anti-reflective covering is needed. Whether you are quickly reading short txt exchanges on your phone, or reading full-length magazine articles on your iPad or tablet, glare and reflections are best avoided. Consequently, many clear tempered glass users are also applying the NuShield Triple A® anti-glare or DayVue anti-reflective screen protectors film on top of their tempered glass protectors.
Show us a friend or family member who genuinely does not want to get a new Smartphone or tablet this holiday season, and we’ll show you someone who probably isn’t being honest about their holiday wish list.
Not everyone has fallen victim to the hypnotic sway of the digital and mobile revolution. But as the years pass and mobile computing devices become more and more convenient, those people are becoming harder and harder to find.
Indeed, the look on a family member’s face as they unwrap a new Android Nexus or an iPhone 6 is truly a welcome sight to behold. Because not only do these devices provide endless hours of fun and distraction—they’ve also become practically indispensable for everyday living.
But there’s another facial expression common to all owners of mobile devices that isn’t quite so joyous at all. Nearly all of us have experienced it. It’s the look on a device owner’s face when that new phone, for instance, becomes unexpectedly damaged. You can be almost certain that somewhere in the world, at this very moment, a Smartphone is being dropped and a screen is being irreparably scratched.
If you want to avoid that experience with your own devices, or with the devices you’ll be buying loved ones this season, there’s a way to do so that is both foolproof and almost surprisingly affordable. It exists in the form of a simple NuShield screen protector, which comes with the added benefit of reducing screen glare, keeping that screen free of fingerprints and other smudges, and nearly eliminating the bacteria that is almost certainly present on the Smartphone that’s sitting in your purse or pants pocket right now. But more about that in a minute.
Children love to bring things home from school. They are excited to show off good grades, share gossip from the playground, and work on new projects. Unfortunately, among the things they bring home are things we could all do without: germs, microbes, and bacteria.
Kids learn with their hands, and it’s almost impossible to stop them from touching all the exciting things around them, hugging their friends and sharing school supplies. And in today’s world, those supplies include iPads and Chrome Book laptops.
Electronic devices in the classroom such as Smart Boards and Smart Tables have become an integral part of how we educate students. But due to their hands-on nature, they are also germ magnets. They are touched by numerous children throughout the day, and while teachers are diligent about cleaning the surface between classes, it’s not always enough.
A recent study by a consumer watch group found that cell phones and tablets are teaming with Staphylococcus aureus, usually found in the nose, and in skin infections. At the University of Surrey, students imprinted mobile phones in petri dishes and the results were shocking. The mobile devices were swarming with bacteria. Our children, who are encouraged to share toys and interact with their friends are bringing these germs home to share with the rest of the family.