• http://ymarsakar.wordpress.com Ymarsakar

    3d tricks your eyes by changing the perceived depth perception from one eye to another.
     
    That means eye strain results from the eyes attempting to focus on something of disparate length, when in fact it is of the same length and needs no focusing. This can project unto the brain the perceived belief that the object has shadows and planes like a 3d object, but in reality it is accumulated eye strain.
     
    It is depth where there is no depth. A proper metaphor for Hollywood in the end. As well as the Left. Things are not as they appear in the Veil of Illusion.

  • kali

    So far, every 3-D movie that I’ve wanted to see has had a 2-D version. I hope that’s so for this one.