BBC News (9/30) reported, "A study of the impact of 3D in the classroom has found that it improves test results by an average of 17%." In fact, "The research, conducted in seven schools across Europe, found that 3D-enabled learning tools helped children concentrate more."
For further information on the impact of 3D in the classroom, go to: www.dlp.com/3d
Binocular vision (Stereoscopy) is the ability to align and focus both eyes accurately on an object and then combine the visual images from each eye into a single, clear three dimensional perception. Difficulty seeing in 3D can arise when eye fatigue occurs, forcing the eyes to make adjustments to focus simultaneously on images that are near and far away.
Symptoms indicating a potential problem viewing images in 3D can vary, but some common symptoms include headaches, blurred vision, nausea and dizziness.
3D movies have added a new dimension – supporting eye health.
Animation of the eye at work helps explain how the mind can be fooled into seeing a third dimension. Click Here to view this fullscreen.