A little depth, a little nauseated
Slow scenes with little camera movement were the easiest to watch, and provided the most pleasing 3D effect, but once the action increased, so did our feeling of discomfort. During Chapter 17, for example, when the Na'vi ride the Banshee over the cliff faces and stonework, we paid more attention to the rolling and pitching in our stomachs than on the screen; we had no such issues watching the 2D version (or 3D in the theater for that matter).
April 23, 2010 9:23 AM PDT
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| Caption by: David Katzmaier
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