Dizzy in 3D?

Do you avoid seeing a 3-D movie because it makes you dizzy? Here is a solution for that malady sit in the rear of the theater to avoid that queasy feeling according to researchers from Pacific University College of Optometry.They surveyed 203 adults and teens who were asked to watch 3-D films from a variety of distances and angles. Those near the outside edges or in the front were more likely to experience blurred vision and motion sickness from the dual images.

Source: Prevention Magazine

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