If you are using shutter glasses, your eyes may get tired if the glasses are not operating properly. Each side of the glasses take turns showing an image frame and a black frame at the same time. If the glasses are good quality and are properly charged, it should not be an issue.
There is no evidence to suggest long term harm caused by 3D glasses.
You wear glasses. Simples.
If you are using shutter glasses, your eyes may get tired if the glasses are not operating properly. Each side of the glasses take turns showing an image frame and a black frame at the same time. If the glasses are good quality and are properly charged, it should not be an issue. There is no evidence to suggest long term harm caused by 3D glasses.
No, the active 3D glasses are very popular for flickering and causing eye strain.
There is no evidence to suggest that 3D glasses are harmful. However, they may cause discomfort or even headaches in some cases. Some people tolerate the glasses better than others. This is one of the reasons why it is so important to audition several models before buying. Make sure that the glasses are comfortable, that the image is realistic and that the family all enjoy watching 3D.
I haven't heard of any medical advice against watching 3D TV. Of course watching TV --2D or 3D--for too long or too closely is generally bad for the eyes. I don't think 3D TV in particular does any harm to your eyes. But some people do complain about their eyes getting tired because of the flickers and crosstalks, which are common on active 3D TVs.
Some 3D television sets include the 3D glasses, but some do not. 3D glasses are necessary to get the full three dimensional effects that the television is capable of showing.
For any passive 3D television, the 3D glasses from movie theaters will work.
Of course you can. There is a clipper-type of 3D glasses that you can wear over your prescription glasses. It is not expensive or hard to find. Just type in 3D Glasses Clip on the internet and you will see lots of results. If you don't want the clip type then there are also 3D prescription glasses. I know the LG sells passive glasses for their 3D TVs that you can use for their TVs, theaters, and also as polarized sunglasses. However, it won't work with any of the other active 3D TVs because active TVs are only designed to work on the manufactured brand.
Active 3D TVs use shutter glasses to send images to the left and right eye one at a time very rapidly. This can also cause the viewer to see flickering. Passive 3D TVs use polarized cinema 3D Glasses which sends the 3D image to the eyes simulaneously, allowing viewers to view 3D exactly how we view objects in real life. The glasses for active type 3D TVs are around $100-200 while the cinema 3D glasses for passive TVs are about $10 each.
No my friend you cannot have LG 3D TV glasses separately. To get the glasses you have to buy LG 3D TV with new FPR technology. In SG type 3D TV technology the 3D effect comes out from the glasses but in the case of FPR technology the 3D effect comes out from the TV.
If you have passive 3D TV then yes you can watch Avatar 3D with its passive 3D glasses.
No. there is no way you can use LG 3D glasses on Samsung 3D TV, they use different technology.