I disagree. Movies which have been produced/directed with intent of release on 3D, and animated movies, are generally fabulous.
Once again, greed comes to play - the market has been flooded with revamped/retro movies that were filmed in 2D and have been kludged up into a 3D version in an attempt to squeeze the last remaining drops of blood out of consumers with cruddy catalogue titles.
I agree - the 3D we have now is decades ahead of the original 3D ... but, I'm not so sure about the "Passive" 3D TV models which seem to have been released recently. It just seems like such a rip-off to dredge up 30yr old tech and release it next to current 3D tech models.
It just proves, once again, that the industry has it's own interests at heart, and snake-oil salesmen are still around, are paid more, and have corporate support.
As to health affects .... I don't long term problems in either eyes or brain, but the brain working overtime will make people more tired.
Of course, trot out the usual idiots that will strap on a 3D pair of glasses and sit down for a 3 month 24hr marathon of 3D movies, just to argue the case.
Being more practical than empathetic, I'd suggest it's for the good of the species. Hopefully said idiots will somehow remove themselves from the gene pool. :iagree::iagree::iagree::iagree::iagree:
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