Why do poorly composed 3D stereoscopic images give headache and eye-strain problems
N/A The brain is used to being able to fuse the two separate views of the world seen from each eye into a 3D perceived scene. However we have a closed-loop system and the eye muscles constantly pull convergence and focus depending on the region of interest.
Tags: 3d stereoscopic | 3d diaries | cel-soft | white balance | gamma | 5 axis camera alignment | 3d | iss041 | N/A
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