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Yes it does No it doesn't
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Does watching something in 3D effect your eyes negatively?

Might it put extra strain or weaken eyesight by any chance?

Yes it does

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No it doesn't

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It can pose risk to younger children, but once nerves are fully developed there's really no risk. 3D works by basically tricking our eyes with two images in order to simulate depth, and in theory I suppose it could change the way your occipital lobe develops to process the information. I'll use my own eye condition as an example; I have something called Refractive Amblyopia. I was born with a slightly defective lense in my left eye, resulting in blurry vision. My right eye, on the other hand, was/is in perfect condition. So, my brain pretty well adapted to give the right eye dominance while "deactivating" the left. At this point, my left eye is nearly useless, but my right eye has near perfect perception. This condition is reversible up until around the age of eight, so it seems appropriate that most warnings regarding 3D hazards point out children below the age of seven. From my own speculation, I'd guess that a simulation of images in that manner could have a similar effect on the brain, so it would adapt to the simulated 3D environment. If this change wasn't caught and corrected in those early years, it would become a permanent condition. Once again, this is just my own speculation drawn from my own experiences, and a more official scientific opinion should overshadow my own.

Side: Yes it does
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No it doesnt because if it did then there would have to be indisputeable evidence and there is none that I can think of.

Side: No it doesn't
whispywind(25) Disputed
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Are you sure that you just haven't tried looking for the answer? Because i think if you did research on this subject your opinion would change.

Side: Yes it does

When I am watching a 3D movie, I do not experience a headache or any signs of nausea.

Side: No it doesn't