OK, now this is bizzare indeed. In this video, the man demonstrates a new technology for manifesting visions of 3D images in space without glasses or
He affixes two tiny thimble-sized electrical devices to either side of his head. When switched on, they make his eyes blink very rapidly, almost
fluttering, with the left and the right blinking at different frequencies.
Through this, apparently, he recapituales the traditional 3D-movie experience. If I understand correctly (and I'm not sure I do), 3D glasses work by
creating different frequencies at which the light reaches your left and right eye in the theatre. This invention does it by inducing ultra-fast
I find it fascinating but the implications are disturbing. It can't be natural to zap your eyelids so they flutter like that, and who knows what the
long-term effects could be? Also, there is the whole electic-brain-mind-control-survalience thing (naturally comes to mind at a conspiracy site, of
It's a brave new world out there...
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I guess you haven't heard of the Nintendo 3DS? which will also have 3D without glasses, it works because one half of the pixels will aim towards the
left eye, the other will aim towards the right eye creating the illusion.
It's much more comfortable than the OP video lol.
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Just imagine putting those electrodes on the neck or another area of the face. You could get a lot of contractions going in the neck and maybe this
would help to exercise the neck. Women would probably pay for something like that instead of getting a face lift. Maybe it would even clear your
sinuses. Although those electrodes could probably be pretty dangerous if used near the heart or on the wrong part of the body.
That rapid blinking effect is pretty freaky though. It would be a good effect for a movie where someone is possessed and they are trying to do an
exorcism. It just looks so weird. I wonder how it feels to have the eyelids going like that. It makes my eyes tear up just thinking about it. Maybe it
would be a good cure for dry eye though. There are a lot of people who suffer from that. Maybe just get some electrodes instead of buying those
Uncomfortable, weird, crazy, call it what you like but I would guess that as this is a new way of producing 3D it will not be too long before someone
finds a more sinister use for it. Maybe incorporate it with rfid and make people see and hear whatever TPTB want the underlings to experience, just a
thought. Most technology ends up being used for a more sinister reason after first extolling the virtues of it to us so that we become used to the new
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