Are screens bad for my child’s eyes? Marnie Chesterton investigates in Singapore, where rates of short-sightedness in children are among the highest in the world.
plano was awarded Gold for informative use of mobile, a Silver for research and insights, and another Silver for government and community service at Mob-ex 2018.
Kids seem to spend endless hours on smartphones, games consoles, computers and tablets these days.
Tech savvy parents are turning to apps to monitor their kids well being and use of gadgets: The Straits Times
Some tech-savvy parents are using and even customising mobile applications to aid them in achieving their parenting goals.
The National Ophthalmic Center Mobile Eye Clinic opened the community to provide eye care services: Channel 8
plano showcased on Channel 8 News article during the Singapore National Eye Center - National Eye Care Day 2017 Carnival.
SINGAPORE: Mobile apps that are designed to help reduce eye strain, myopia and other eye issues are aplenty. But how do you decide which ones are worth downloading - or if you should download them at all?
Parents can use the app to keep track of a child's smart device use and usage habits
With the increasing uptake and accessibility of smart devices, myopia is becoming a significant reason for myopia.
In the battle against myopia, plano is the mobile app here to give parents an edge.
With three times more electronic devices than there are humans in Singapore, identifying a solution to the problem was necessary…