Viewing Of 3Ds At Home And In Cinema: Which Is More Eye Straining?
Have you ever tried to watch or played a game in 3D? If so, how do you feel about it?
Recently, there has been a group of researchers from University of California-Berkeley, studying the comparable effects of viewing 3Ds at home and in cinemas.
Apparently, the result shows that watching movies at home causes more eye strains than watching in cinemas. The group explains that there are issues of fatigues when watching certain 3D displays.
The group found out that there are more eye strain, fatigue and less vision in 3D images based from changes in depth of the screen and depth of the image itself. Also, the distance in viewing 3D images also affects the eye.
Specifically, based from those participants who took part in the test confessed that they would feel more fatigued and found that they suffered more eye strain when they watch a 3D movie from a distance.
So, watching 3D movies in cinema are found uncomfortable. However, there are claims from those who are comfortable watching movies in cinema said that when they tried to watch 3D contents at home they feel uncomfortable. This conflicting claims, suggests that there is still a need to go further in this study.
After all, the result of this researcher is very useful in the future production of 3D technology displays of which will give a lot of advantage to some electronic company whose business relies heavily on it.
So, at what type of 3D viewing are you comfortable?