Scientifically proven: 3D movies are harmful for brain and vision

A new study by researchers from the University of California at Berkeley showed that 3-D movies have a bad influence not only on the eyesight, but also on the brain - they cause headaches. 8 out of 10 viewers after 3-D session feel dizziness, fatigue and even headaches in varying degrees."3-D glasses change established over the years, the perception, of course, it should cause severe fatigue of the brain," says study author Professor Martin banks.Particularly harmful impact of 3-D films for children and young people, because they are likely to adversely affect "disorders of perception of three-dimensional film is much longer than the natives of the 50-ies and 60-ies. British scientists in their research confirmed the findings of the banks, because the three-dimensional glasses divide the picture in half, when it should be seen as something whole. A long session of this film leads to weakness of the body, and in particularly difficult cases to dystonia. Although the eyes learn to adapt, and a public viewing 3-D movies are harmless abuse will lead to a rapid deterioration of vision. Doctors do not recommend children under the age of 3 years to watch three dimensional movies, because in this period the development of children's eyes learning to perceive the depth image, and this film can cause the development of myopia.Now scientists are going to find out what the volume of the 3-D movie will be disastrous for brain and vision, because every year in rolling out more and more three-dimensional film and the Studio altered in format 3-D movies old format.

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