3D movie lovers must see an ophthalmologist

3D movie lovers are advised that before going to the cinema to see an ophthalmologist, or abused to acquire next-generation televisions, whose image is broadcast 3D to go consult an ophthalmologist.
“Many people have minor vision problems such as a squint slightly, which in normal conditions, not in any way affect the brain, believes ophthalmologist Michael Rosenberg of the University of Medicine in Chicago”. When viewing a 3D movie, sensory experiences that cross these people are quite unusual, because the brain is subjected to a much greater effort than a man who does not have any vision problems. “Finally, to achieve strong headache,” the specialist added, explaining the process.
Well seems that you may have an headache after long time 3D movies.

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