Yellow-lens night-driving glasses were found to be ineffective in improving pedestrian detection at night or reducing the negative association between headlight glare and pedestrian detection performance, revealed study published in JAMA Ophthalmology.
Study findings do not appear to support having eye care professionals advise patients to use yellow-lens night-driving glasses.
What The Study Did: With the use of a driving simulator, three commercially available yellow-lens night-driving glasses were compared with clear lenses to examine their ability to detect pedestrians or reduce the negative effects of headlight glare. The study included 22 participants.
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