One thing I noticed readily with a large LG widescreen television was that, when I put the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Gaming Glasses
on, I saw the scan lines on the television. Without the glasses, large areas of white on a title screen seemed to be solid, but when I used the glasses, I could see the individual lines of white that made up the areas. For general viewing, it would be more pleasant to have the blurring effect, probably, but when you're trying to aim at a very specific location, it helps to be able to accurately see the pixels at which you're trying to aim. Just sayin'.
I tried out the Call of Duty: Black Ops II Gaming Glasses while working at a computer for a couple of days, to see if I noticed a reduction in eye strain. It did seem a bit more pleasant, in general, but I didn't notice an extreme difference at the end of the day, one way or the other. I should note, however, that while I do sit in front of computer screens all day, I have taken steps to reduce glare and eyestrain already, so others may notice a larger reduction in eyestrain when using the glasses.