3D fun for almost everyone
While offering a fun and alternative cinema experience, 3D movie viewing isn’t for everyone.
“People with certain eye conditions may find their vision blurry and therefore a little distracting. Those required to wear 3D glasses on top of their prescription glasses may find the extra layer a little uncomfortable, but the glasses themselves won’t damage the eyes or impair your vision,”
All 3D glasses work by filtering images so that the left eye sees one image, and the right eye sees a slightly different image. It’s then up to the brain and the eyes to fuse them together so that you perceive a 3D image.
“Optometrists can measure the amount of 3D vision you have, also known as stereopsis. In some circumstances stereopsis can be improved with vision correction or vision therapy”.