Saturday, October 23, 2010

Eyes crossed

Leaf, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Stuck, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

Yellow, originally uploaded by jiihaa.

We went to see a 3D movie today, and I got a headache which seems to be sticking for a while. And the movie wasn't any good either. It may be a while until going to the movies again. I wonder how often people get a headache in 3D movies?

Here are some leaf photographs from today. Didn't have much interest in photography because of the headache.


Davide said...

If the movie has been projected correctly, it's very uncommon to get an headache. If it has been projected wrongly (or your glasses were defective), it is almost guaranteed to get the headache. HTH, Dav

Markus Spring said...

Juha, if #1 is to be gotten after a 3D movie, I will hurry to see one :)

In my hometown, the cinema is too small to shoulder the investment in 3D projection units, so I watched "Animals United" together with the kids in the non-3D version. But the film was uninteresting, so I am glad I didn't have to face a possible headache additionally to a sub-par movie experience.

Juha Haataja said...

@Davide: Both of us parents got a headache, but the children coped well. Might eyeglasses be to blame?

@Markus: Well, that one was taken before going to the movie - so no need to hurry to see one.

Our movie had also animals - cats and dogs - and was as unoriginal as a movie can be at worst. Well, maybe they some day get a clue and make a 3D movie which actually means something.

Dwight Parker said...

I have onlt seen 1 3-D movie and did not really like it... I am with you on that.

Juha Haataja said...

@Dwight: Well, it took a day or so to recover. Perhaps some day there is a 3D movie worth checking out. I hope they iron out the headache-causing problems.