Flux is a great idea, and will definitely try it. Also... There's a pretty good article on Life Hacker about eye strain, and the science behind these type of lenses.
Here's another one view from behind the glasses:
The larger market for them is for gamers, but there's also lots of people (mostly computer workers, writers/bloggers, software guys, etc.) that also buy them up. The article goes on to talk about why it always seems like a hoax at first. Here it is if you're interested: http://lifehacker.com/5980509/do-computer-glasses-really-work
I noticed in the comments they talked about Flux almost right away.
I did some research, and I'm taking the plunge so I'm buying a pair. The most popular brand is Gunner, and their medium line is fairly affordable. They also do prescription lenses along with their frames so I thought that was cool. Right up there with prescription prices though which is probably an equal rate to regular prescription lenses.
Axon Optis are the best, but also the most expensive These are the life changing glasses if you work behind a screen. They tout them as "Therapeutic Eyewear for Migraine and Light Sensitivity" are from a company called Axon Optics (http://www.axonoptics.com/)
I found some interesting reviews for these on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Axon-Optics-Therapeutic-Migraine-Sensitivity/dp/B00HXQEQIQ/ref=pd_sim_sbs_hpc_3?ie=UTF8&refRID=01D142MSAF46AJ6H93SG
As usual they have their variety in frames, and styles etc, but they make it a point to stress that if you do any advanced color work, then these are not for you as the lenses block out certain light bands, and the lense technology naturally tones the lense color.
Anyway. I have to go with Gunners because of the price, but I've ordered a cheap pair of Gamma Ray lenses from Amazon for comparison.
The fact is I possess all the symptoms that these glasses are designed to reduce, or best case eliminate. I had my eyes checked out and the vision is fine. It's just that they are strained. This has got to help.
I'll let you know how it turns out.