Movie Makers Working With Vision Experts On More Comfortable 3-D Viewing Technology.

On its front page, the San Francisco Chronicle (2/20, A1, Allday) reported, “Even the most modern, realistic 3-D technology can cause vision fatigue after extended viewing, according to” Martin Banks, “a UC Berkeley optometrist who has studied how people see in 3-D, both in real life and in movie theaters.” However, “the good news is that the people making movies these days are working closely with doctors and other vision experts to make sure the entertainment is easy on the eyes.” For example, “scientists at Dolby Laboratories in San Francisco have worked with researchers at UCSF and other universities to help them develop more realistic, and more comfortable, 3-D technology.”

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