Originally Posted by artem
If you want to damage your 3d perception - go on, play in 3d.
I won't ever touch pseudo 3d ever again (the only time I experienced it when I was watching Avatar).
Yes, tell that to the professionals who work on an everyday basis using "pseudo-3d," as you put it, doing CAD work. I'm sure they are all running into walls and getting into car accidents on their way home due to all that damage to their depth perception this is causing. There are no proven studies showing that stereoscopic viewing is any more damaging to vision than regular viewing on a 2D screen. And to the studies that claim that 3D might be damaging to children's developing eyes, well there are a lot of things that children shouldn't do that adults can.