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View Poll Results: Do You Suffer From 3D Sickness?
Never 168 48.98%
Always 55 16.03%
Sometimes, depending on the program 65 18.95%
Sometimes, depending on where I sit 7 2.04%
Only with active-shutter glasses, not passive glasses 29 8.45%
Only with passive glasses, not active-shutter glasses 5 1.46%
I've never seen stereoscopic 3D 14 4.08%
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post #121 of 127 Old 11-23-2013, 07:21 AM
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May need to take back my earlier comment about just seeing the next avatar and no more 3d after that...

Been busy at work and also spent most of my october on my horror movie marathon biggrin.gif but i am gonna be checking out GRAVITY this weekend. everyone I've talked to that doesnt enjoy 3d as much says the 3D in this movie is absolutely fabulous. Doesnt look like any IMAX 3d showings left, so will have to go with REAL3D - hopefully it'll work out.

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A wonderful surprise. the 3d was alright! I had a terrible experience with REALD before when I saw UP, but the picture for GRAVITY was alright. didnt seem overly dim or dull. I dont know if its because the movie was mostly set in black space and not really in a daylight setting.

still uncomfortable wearing 3d glasses over rx glasses. but i prefer not to wear contacts when at the theatre if I can help it. maybe that'll need to change :/

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not really unless if i play a videogame that supports it, like gran turismo. Virtua Boy is a nightmare
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One of the biggest complaints about stereoscopic 3D is that watching it can make some people physically sick with eye strain, headaches, dizziness, or nausea. Have you experienced any of these symptoms while watching 3D content? If so, under what circumstances?


I have motion sickness with my LCD 120hz and above refresh. Gets me very dizzy. I setup the tv for 60hz, and now everything is fine! hopefully 4k won't induce dizziness and nausea.
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post #125 of 127 Old 07-03-2014, 09:20 AM
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I have watched very few 3D movie and the worst I experienced was some eyestrain.

It had been 2D movies with shaky-cam that gave me serious headaches, the worst being Cloverfield, which I watched at a theater/pub. I don't drink, but that is the only place in town to watch a movie on the big screen for $3. After the movie was over, I turned to my left and commented to a perfect stranger, "I bet alcohol would have helped with this movie; I have a headache." He replied, "The beer didn't help." "And your friend?" "He also has a headache."

And this hasn't been limited to the silver screen. After I purchased my 46-in HDTV (predates my current 50-in), I tried watching The Blair Witch Project and found it unwatchable on that screen, again because the camera was always shaking. Now that I have a VCR/DVD player connected to a much smaller screen ... well, actually, I think I'll pass.

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Man Cave:Vizio E500i-A1 "Smart TV" (50-in 1080p 120Hz LED/LCD, has Netflix app.), Blu-ray players (Sony BDP-S3100, old LG BD390), Roku (the original model: N1000), PC (Windows 7), Comcast Internet (25Mbps/5Mbps).
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I suffer from 3D boredom ... just not enough there there

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I suffer from 3D boredom ... just not enough there there
The stuff that should be in 3D is in 3D. The only thing I suffer from is 3D sticker-shock. Getting a region-free movie from England for $40 is nuts. Paying $30 in the US is similarly nuts. C'mon guys.

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