Recent Posts tagged with 2D

Schubin Cafe’s Lunch Special: 2D (Not 3D) Glasses

Mark Schubin today dives into a topic that hit us on the living room couch this weekend when we were made to sit through a 3D Michael Jackson tribute during the Grammy’s telecast without the necessary 3D anaglyph glasses. But Mark looks at the bigger problem: when the Super Bowl or another big event makes […]  More

2D (not 3D) Glasses

We’ve all heard about 3D glasses.  There are so many varieties that Rainbow Symphony offers so-called “Ultimate 3D Glasses” (shown here).  They work with many, but by no means all, forms of 3D.  Here’s a link to their site: http://www.rainbowsymphony.com/ultimate-3d-glasses.html But, since January 11, I’ve been writing about 2D glasses, rather than 3D.  I’ve decided […]  More

More 2D Glasses

Besides yesterday’s article in the UK Telegraph, today’s New York Daily News has a similar story: http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/health/2010/01/12/2010-01-12_little_too_reelistic_mega_3d_hit_avatar_giving_some_motion_sickness.html  More

Anyone for 2D Glasses?

Today’s UK Telegraph has a story headlined: “Do 3D films make you sick? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health/6952352/Do-3D-films-make-you-sick.html It’s not a piece suggesting that 3D makes everyone sick, but it points out that some individuals, perhaps with visual problems, can’t stand 3D even in movie theaters. That’s a problem worth noting.  Shutting one eye won’t help; the other will still […]  More

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