3-D viewing can be an excellent way to enhance the movie experience. In addition to theatres screening 3-D movies, many new home systems are equipped with 3-D glasses to bring your viewing to a whole new level. Sounds great, unless you’re a migraine sufferer.
3-D works by forcing your eyes to view something slightly different and then for your brain to reconcile the disparity, thus creating the 3-D image.
The eye strain can cause nausea, headaches and wooziness in some. Additionally, most action movies have incredibly loud sound effects. This extreme stimulation of the senses can leave you feeling pretty lousy if you are prone to headaches. So the good news is your old TV with basic two dimensional viewing may not only save you money but may also spare you a headache.