British study suggests surgeons, boxers and tennis players might benefit from watching films in stereoscope before taking on challenging tasks
A minority of filmgoers complain of dizziness and headaches, and previous studies have found that viewing in stereoscope offers no measurable improvement in enjoyment. But a new British study suggests that you may just improve your brain power by watching movies in 3D.
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