Could 3D Be Damaging Your Eyes?
Some people who watched the World Cup this summer ended up with headaches and strained eyes.
And it had nothing to do with how their team did — or how much booze they drank during the matches. Some of those who watched the games on ESPN’s 3-D telecasts say they suffered headaches and eyestrain. But those who complained about the ailments said both problems decreased over time. The network announced its 3-D research from its telecasts in June and July. It involved over 1,000 testing sessions. The research also showed that those who watched in 3-D said they enjoyed watching the games better with the extra dimension of depth than traditional 2-D.