JMT Sky Views Relieves Eye Strain with Serene Visions

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http://www.JMTSkyViews.com opens their new site and blog to offer unique lighting panels that reduce eye strain and turn lighting fixtures into beautiful sky scenes, patriotic flag images, or humorous cartoons.

http://www.JMTSkyViews.com has opened their doors to provide a unique product that brings a relaxed calm to the office. "Basically what you've got is a product that diffuses the light, and yet lets light in," explains Mickey Taliaferro, owner of JMT Sky Views. "If you look at a fluorescent light, you realize you can't look at it for long -- it hurts the eyes -- and yet many people in America have to work under fluorescent lights. It makes people feel tired and get headaches. We found a way to diffuse the light so that it limits the light you're seeing and helps your eyes feel more rested at the end of the day. Many doctors, dentists, and other professionals are excited, because it allows their patients to sit underneath the lights in a more relaxed atmosphere."

The diffusers themselves come in a variety of designs, from soothing scenes of blue skies and clouds or tropical waters to humorous images of staring pets or Dilbert characters, allowing them to be used in a number of settings. "We've got them in dental offices, in many military private clubs, doctors' offices, hospitals and emergency rooms, schools and preschools," says Mickey, "and many people use it for their kitchens and bathrooms in their homes, or in their game rooms. We've got sixteen major designs now, and we generally come out with anywhere from 3 to 5 new designs per year. We also can do and have done custom designs for people and businesses."

Mickey has also opened a new blog at http://www.SkyScapesBlog.com to discuss his products. "What I'll try to do is talk a little bit about the products -- how they're used, why they're being used, and the benefits that you get from using them," he says. "I'll also get involved in any new designs that we come up with and put forward, and also look to get some feedback from people on designs that they think would be beneficial to the public."

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