Six million Britons can’t see 3D TV
Around 12 per cent of the UK population has a visual impairment that prevents them from seeing 3D images, report claims
By Claudine Beaumont
It means that around six million people could be missing out on the 3D revolution in gaming, films and broadcast television, charity The Eyecare Trust warns.
Around 10 per cent of the UK population has poor binocular vision, which means it is difficult for them to see 3D effects in movies and video games. Instead, they see a blurry image, and can suffer headaches and eye strain as a result.
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