3D glasses are often users complain of pain in the head. Quite often the use of 3D glasses to make the user feel nauseous. What cause? Eindhoven University, The Netherlands found that the main cause of pain is the distance between the user's glasses with the screen.
3D TV can create disorientation in the brain, causing eye strain, headaches, nausea and pain. The researchers said 20 percent of viewers could be stricken with the disease when using 3D glasses. In one experiment, researchers at Eindhoven University in the Netherlands to ask 39 people who could see the 3D to read some text on the screen from a distance ranging from 10 meters to the nearest distance is divided into several groups.
As a result some groups suffer from symptoms that can lead to nausea, including double vision and eye strain. However, viewers do not need to worry, because the 3D effects still needs to be proven by further studies. In addition, a number of electronics companies, like Toshiba also started to issue a 3D TV products that can be viewed without using special glasses. TV is on sale in Japan, the end of December.