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Old 25-04-2013, 16:16
nw0307
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There's another point to this and that focuses on disability and discrimination which perhaps could force cinemas to offer the 2D version. I have ambliopia which means I don't use binocular vision as my left eye barely works. 3D is of no use to me as I wouldn't get the benefit and might be distracting for me viewing through one eye anyway. So to only provide a film for people with normal binocular vision, which in itself is a more expensive option, might actually be breaking the disability act. I'm no expert, but I have read discussions about this before and there are a lot of people who have similar eye problems and think it's something that will eventually be brought to book.
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