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Unformatted text preview: appropriately can be unable to see the 3-D effects at all, said Dominick Maino, professor of pediatrics and binocular vision at the Illinois College of Optometry. Some people after watching the 3-D movie will feel uncomfortable. Dr. Maino also said: People with mild vision problems may feel discomfort or nausea and will just close an eye through the whole movie because of it, or they may experience dizziness or headaches but not associate them with their vision. From the news, we can see that not all technology is good for person. But as the development of technology, we will find the new way let person feel better for 3-D movie one day. Before that day, I hope people can have the skills to separate which technology is good for them. zhang2...
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