Wish they did!... And a flashing strobe can also trigger an opthalmic migraine in those of us who suffer from those! Any pulsating light source will do that. It isn't fun :shock:SirenEnthusiast360 wrote:I know this may sound a bit off topic, but do they make any strobe devices that are epilepsy friendly?
(Opthalmic migraine is when you see a wiggling disturbance in your field of vision, then it spreads to where you cannot see, then you begin to see a little in the center, then after 15 minutes you see OK again but with a BAD headache and hypersensitivity to light or sound. Whole miserable cycle lasts about an hour)