2D Glasses sound like a backward idea, but many people have issues watching movies in 3D.
“I love 3D movies, but they give my wife a headache,” said Hank Green, the founder of 2D-
Glasses. “Using 2D-Glasses, we can enjoy going to the movies together without her being
2D Glasses do just that. Allow people that get sick watching a 3D movie joining family members and friends in 3D movie theaters. 2D-Glasses LLC estimates that about 30 million Americans have issues viewing 3D movies. Minor eye problems, including muscle imbalances, depth perception trouble, and lazy eye that causes the brain to
work harder to process 3D images and results in headaches strong enough to cause significant
pain and discomfort. Other symptoms include dizziness and nausea.
In contrast to 3D glasses you get in cinemas, 2D Glasses block the same image with both lenses, so each eye gets the same picture resulting in
a 2D image and an elimination of the eyeball and muscle strain that leads to headaches.
The 2D Glasses are available through Amazon for $7.99.