Blue light reduction / Night mode enahancement
|Reported by:||cb88||Owned by:||axeld|
|Has a Patch:||no||Platform:||All|
As far as I know Haiku doesn't currently have a way to globally adjust the color output of the screen.
This would consist of a UI and probably a deskbar addon to control it. Configurable hours to enable disable the feature. Perhaps have presets for different work shifts? Configurable gradual color shift with sane default.
The feature would work by as the set time approaches blue light output on the screen is gradually reduced globally to the set level.
Windows, Linux, Android, MacOS and iOS all implement this feature in a manner similar to this with varying levels of control over it. This feature is mainly intended to help reduce the effect of computer use at night on circadian rythm so you can get better sleep. I sometimes even use it in the daytime as reducing blue light is a bit easier on the eyes.
f.lux for iOS, redshift on Linux, and as a built in feature on Windows 10 and I think MacOS now.