The third dimensional optics
Remember when it was a pair of paper glasses, one lens red and one blue? The times have certainly changed, but my frontal lobe has not adapted. Perhaps my eyesight is part of the problem, or perhaps it’s the sensory overload for my poor optic nerves. Regardless, 3D movies and I don’t get along so well these days. I think the way I enjoy a movie has changed over the past several years, the same with my level of caring about spoilers; I feel as though with the quick schedule from theatre to DVD release, it won’t matter in the long run if I don’t see it in theatres.
It certainly is a different vibe and energy level when you watch a new release in theatres with people excited to see the movie, but it doesn’t make or break a movie for me. Normal “flat” vision is the way for me for the foreseeable future.
–Kiyoshi “The Prototype”
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P.S. Look, a post not about school!