A study shows that 3D films do nothing to enhance the viewing experience. Instead they triple the risk of eyestrain and headache.

This article titled “3D no better than 2D and gives filmgoers headaches, claims study” was written by Ben Child, for guardian.co.uk on Thursday 11th August 2011 14.00 UTC

Hollywood’s 3D revolution has changed the shape of the modern blockbuster and helped boost box office income for studios in an era of financial uncertainty, but not everyone thinks they’re getting their money’s worth and a minority complain of dizziness and headaches. Now, new research has for the first time supposedly offered proof that 3D offers no measurable improvement in enjoyment for the vast majority of film audiences.

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