Comment on Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!” by Anonymous:

Reminds me of a previous 3D system, the Virtual Boy. It had a warning on it not to let children under the age of 7 play it, or it would damage their eyes. It was later discovered that it could damage the eyes of anyone actually, even a 16 year-old like I was at the time. But that came out too late for me. My 20/20 vision never came back. :/

Just as well I can’t afford to buy this thing when it launches, I guess.

Anonymous made other comments on this post:

  • Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!”:
    Some say it’s even maybe beneficial, only time will tell… They still don’t know for sure if your cellphone is safe to use or not for example.!5725770/doctors-say-the-3ds-is-safe-potentially-beneficial-to-children

  • Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!”:
    I like video games too much to care about their health effects.

  • Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!”:
    3D potentially being unsafe for kids has been known in the movie industry for a long time now. You get the same warning for 3D movies, Nintendo already knew this when they made this thing, and they have been nothing be transparent about it. By the way, some optometrist suggests that 3D might actually be GOOD for the kids. Go figure. In the end, it’s parent’s responsibility to take care of their kids, not Nintendo’s or anyone else’s.

  • Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!”:
    Why does your video have japanese subs? It’s in Japanese TT__TT;

  • Doctor: “3DS Makes Children Cross-Eyed!”:
    I’m glad I still have my original DS, at least there’s (almost) no risk…

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