Campus researchers find cause of discomfort in some 3-D displays

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A campus research team found a reason that viewing 3-D stereo imagery on mobile devices can cause discomfort such as headaches.

Researchers at UC Berkeley have recently pinpointed a cause of visual discomfort, headaches, eyestrain, and blurry vision when viewing 3-D stereo imagery, according to a study published Friday. Displays utilizing 3-D stereo imagery, including those on mobile devices  do not optimally present 3-D stereo imagery, which results in visual discomfort,
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