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The True Health Risks of 3D TV

Posted on Wednesday, August 04 2010 @ 06:10:53 CEST by

3D is finally reaching a large audience, but there's a burning question: What are the long-term effects of watching 3D content for months or even years? According to a recent NPD report, US customers have spent a whopping $55M on 3D televisions and related technology. That's surprising, since the first models to offer convincing 3D (from Samsung, Sony, and Panasonic) and the first broadcast 3D content (from DirecTV and ESPN) just became available this summer. Those who watched the recent World Cup matches, MLB All-Star game, or repeated viewings of Avatar can tell you: the experience is amazing and enjoyable, but there's some concern about how much 3D we can stand over a long period.

Check it out at Digitaltrends.



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