Guys this product in it's current form is not going to solve our eyestrain. Blue light is not causing eye strain. It's possibly messing up circadian rhythm based on some studies and common sense. This application is likely just changing tint like F.lux and Redshift, and messing with brightness to stop PWM. Most likely by running the true backlight at 100% so no PWM is present and then using overlays/gamma games or some other thing to software dim. I have seen other people talk about doing this with other products but cannot remember their names. The general public is just now becoming aware of the "blue light" scare so we can expect to hear more and more about it. It can definitely affect your sleep cycle with late exposure, but its not causing eyestrain or else sunlight would be making people have strain all day long, and is without a doubt a red herring for overuse, dithering or whatever else is at the root for that person.
@AGI F.lux/Redshift mess with gamma settings and some people have said doing so HELPS and some HURTS so no idea what that is about. Maybe IF dithering is an issue those changes trigger/block it in certain instances. Personally it doesn't effect me either way and a bad device is still bad. This product likely fiddles with gamma as well because anything affecting color or color profiling will, but they can speak to that.