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3D Filming

3D films have become so popular that the idea of a 3D tv has been created, but what people don't realize is that although it may be a good thing for production and monetary issues, the effect it will have on the future generation & health is far too great
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Almedina Veletanlic

on 20 April 2010

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3D filming; are the side effects and costs really worth all the commotion that is involved with the newest trend ... 3D films? 3D and the health issues that are involved Over three million people in the UK have eye conditions that impair "stereoscopic vision" - normal, two-eyed depth perception - making it difficulut, or even impossible, for them to experience 3D Eye side effects include ... strabisumus (also known referred to cross-eyed)
Squinting or the "wandering" eye
Lazy eye Physical side effects include ...
Extreme dizziness
Shaking
Headaches (migranes)
Could trigger seizures
Sickness to the stomach While watching 3D films, our eyes have to rotate inwards, causing our eyes to have to focus on a certain spot on the screen rather than the full screen, straining your eyes. This then confuses the brain because the eyes have to converge without the accommodation. 3D is slowly changing to 3Dtv, but if all these side effects are in place, why would people want to watch 3D for hours at a time, weekly? daily? No research has been done to prove if this is safe or not. Monetary issues ... The average cost to convert a regular film to a 3D fil is about $30 million dollars 3D films cost on average about $15, while the regular cost would be about $7, but lately ... that regular cost has risen. Not only does it cost a lot of produce a 3D movie, but in order to gain more money, 3D movie theathers are essential. Only about 1,000 out of the 38,900 theather screens are 3D http://www.xtranormal.com/watch/6403519/ In Danvers, Mass., that means prices for 3-D movies are rising from $14.50 to $17.50. And at a Seattle multiplex, a regular 3-D showing is now $15, up from $13.50. For IMAX 3-D, it’s now $17, up from $15. Even though last year’s box-office revenue hit $10.6 billion (a record), and this year is 10 percent ahead of last, 30 percent of the 2010 box office is from just two films, “Avatar” and “Alice in Wonderland The cost of the industry's investment in 3-D is worth it, argues John O’Leary, a cinema historian and marketing analyst at Villanova University in Pennsylvania. That’s because it is drawing people away from their other new and expensive entertainment delivery devices, such as iPods, Wiis, and flat-screen TVs Is 3D the new future of tv? film? it is now up to Hollywood to be sure that they can deliver stories that are a good fit for the new 3-D format and that audiences will care about The growing popularity of three-dimensional movies such as James Cameron's "Avatar" -- now a $1 billion box office hit -- has inspired a crop of 3D TV sets Children are the next generation which is why most animated 3D movies are children movies - therefore producers are trying to target children with certain movies. 3D films such as Avatar and Alice in Wonderland have been so successful, so why not keep producting more 3D films then? 3D films have become so popular that the idea of a 3D tv has been created, but what people don't realize is that although it may be a good thing for production and monetary issues, the effect it will have on the future generation & health just isn't worth it, or is it?
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