The biggest drawback of the more than 50-year-old 3D video entertainment technology is that the audience has to wear the cardboard glasses that are only one size and not suitable for anyone. As long as people who have watched 3D movies know that 3D pictures look blurry, swaying and distorted if they don't have the special glasses; but if you wear them, realistic 3D images are enough to shock everyone.

Since the birth of 3D movies in the 1950s, there has been little improvement in this type of glasses, which is both clumsy and inconvenient; many video industry observers predict that if consumers are sitting in the living room at home, they still have to wear disposable glasses of the same size. They are afraid that they will resist the new product of 3D TV.

It is said that there has been an incident in Germany recently. A man with a tendency to forget is not able to find the remote control when watching the 3D TV program, and can not find the 3D video glasses, so he is angry. The police said that this The dear friend not only smashed his own living room, but also kicked his dog, but the policeman’s neighbor reported the case to prevent the angry audience from using his set-top box to marry his wife.

In a recent international conference by the optical Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) and the American Medical Cosmetic Surgery Congress elective surgery and professionals (American Congress of Cosmetic Elective Surgery and Specialties, ACCESS) co-sponsored on, ACCESS Chairman and spokesman Dr. Alphonse Argus announced a big message: "With a simple, fast, and inexpensive exercise, viewers can lose their ugly 3D glasses."

Dr. Argus further explained that this kind of traumatic ophthalmic surgery is to cut two small nerves and then implant a special electronic 3D receptor in both eyes; he said that after a few days of recovery, the subject does not have to wear a special The glasses instantly capture all the 3D videos that are vivid and vivid.

According to ACCESS, in some early experiments, the response of the operator was only pleasant, and some people were nervous because they were extremely happy and took hours to recover. However, Dr. Argus also pointed out that this surgery has a disadvantage. It is the operator who is cut off by the optic nerve and will no longer be able to see the real world 3D images and colors that he is used to.

He explained that the world that people after the operation saw is no longer boring or ugly, and the scenes around the life will be presented in rich colors and infinite depth: "This will be very impressive. What do you usually look at? It's a constant wife, a child, your house, breakfast, and transportation, desks on your way to work... These everyday chores are a sad waste of depth perception."

Argus continues to mention: “A lot of touching movies and TV shows like “Free Willy” and NBC TV reality show “The Biggest Loser” are all dull. It’s really unfair to make it in a lifeless way and not be able to live in front of our eyes."

The physician also called on consumer electronics manufacturers, Hollywood production companies, and ophthalmic cosmetic surgery to respond to support for such new medical technologies, creating a historic breakthrough for human vision; he even said that people with normal vision will only I can stay at home to watch the old album replay, but those who have the "upgrade" visual ability can go to the cinema to experience the magical 3D movie fantasy world, and may never want to go back to reality.

According to Argus, ACCESS is preparing to open 14,000 visually adjusted medical treatment sites in major cities across the United States; these locations may be sponsored by Hollywood studios or consumer electronics manufacturers to keep those homes cold and unable to afford A 3D TV viewer or movie fan with a $1,000 surgery fee can receive 3D vision implant surgery for free.

He said that in the recent days in Los Angeles, New York, Indianapolis, as well as in Paris, Japan, Tokyo and other big cities, there will be the first batch of the above clinics to open, so it may be the fastest on the morning of Christmas, there will be a group of lucky People can see 3D images.

There are many people who are skeptical about this. For example, a reporter at the conference questioned Argus doctors. If the optic nerve is cut and the normal visual depth can no longer be restored, it is just to watch 3D TV. Is it possible to operate such a surgery? Does not violate the doctor's professional ethics?

Argus's response was that it was a harm to look at the boring world with ordinary eyes, and selective medical cosmetic surgery was considered a violation of the doctor's professional ethics a few years ago. He also believes that sacrificing the normal visual depth of a lifetime, and thus seeing the next great 3D movie, should be a trade-off condition for rational consumers who are reluctant to give up; now, thanks to Hollywood, the consumer electronics industry, and aesthetic medicine. Progress, no one needs to give up such rights.

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