From the Herald Citizen…. “Your peripheral vision is connected very intimately with your balancing system,” said Dr. Jason Clopton, developmental optometrist and director of the Center of Vision Development in Cookeville. “When you get a lot of information in your peripheral vision — like on a big screen — and a lot of movement, it may give you this sensation that you’re physically moving when you’re not. If the two systems are working together, you shouldn’t have any difficulties at all.” A movie in 3-D works by projecting two images on the screen, with each image seen by one eye. The images are then merged into one by your brain. If the images aren’t perceived correctly, it will be difficult to merge or fuse them into 3-D….

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