Friday, March 8, 2013

Who's watching? 3D TV viewership so small it can't be measured

Who's watching? 3D TV viewership so small it can't be measured


Way down at the bottom of this story I was quoted as saying:

"....Watching 3-D is a problem for about 6 percent of Americans with certain eye problems, according to Dr. Dominick Maino, a professor with the Illinois College of Optometry. They simply can't see in 3-D or suffer dizziness or nausea when watching...."

What FOXNEWS forgot to add was that optometry can make 3D viewing for most individuals enjoyable through Optometric Vision Therapy.

For more information contact 3DEyeHealth, American Optometric Association, College of Optometrists in Vision Development, Optometric Extension Program Foundation and myself or my colleague, Dr. Stephanie Lyons at Lyons Family Eye Care. To read the full story, click on the ttle above. DM

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