" This points to an “interesting paradox,” the scientists write: “those who have better 3D vision, and thus would be able to take the most advantage of 3D technology, are also those who are least able to tolerate it.”
The results do suggest ways to make 3D movies and games more tolerable to their viewers. If creators were more careful about cues for 3D motion, creating environments that were a more perfect match for the real world, they might make fewer people feel like vomiting. "
I don't know if I fully agree with the study's results. Obviously the illusion of artificial 3D hasn't been perfected , but I don't know if this study contradicts previous 3D studies. As someone gets used to artificial 3D I imagine that it will only help with standard 3D vision as the brain learns from it and develops better eye sight. So I wonder if this study considers the potential benefits of artificial 3D visuals on the long term . Sort of like how you can develop your taste buds with more experience, maybe the same applies to eye sight and getting used to artificial 3D. This is an interesting read and If you want to read more about it please go here.