ICC student symposium 2013 at the Amsterdam University Colleg...
In the past years, we have experienced a renaissance of 3D media and with it also a strengthening of science’s interest in the field. Many studies have been performed investigating the visual discomfort aroused by the technology; however, all studies have failed so far to compare the different influences of 2D and 3D media in different genres on the brain, while a difference in this field might add significantly to the information possessed about 3D and 2D experiences today. This study therefore tries to eradicate this shortcoming by comparing the electrical output from the brain on the viewing of the same clips of two different genres in 3D and in 2D.
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