From the article: Are 3-D movies bad for your eyes?
But will movies that seem to pop out of the screen hurt your eyes?
Some vision researchers say yes. They argue that repeatedly asking our eyes and brains to go against their normal function has short-term effects. And they worry about the long-term effect on small children whose vision systems are still in
People who lack depth perception shouldn't spend their money on 3-D movie surcharges. Perala said patients who don't use their eyes together because of disorders like strabismus and amblyopia can't be tricked into seeing artificial depth.
Some 3-D Movies coming out that you may want to consider seeing without the 3D.
- "Up" (May 29)
- Ice Age 3: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (July 1)
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (IMAX 3D -- July 15)
- G-Force (July 24)
- Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs (Sept. 18)
- Toy Story/Toy Story 2 (3-D re-release -- Oct. 2)
- Disney's A Christmas Carol (Nov. 6)
- Avatar (Dec. 18)