Well earlier before Thanksgiving I went to see Disney Scrooge and it is also in 3D, and it uses the same glasses, and then Christmas night I went to see Avatar I thought both the movies were fantastic and I loved the 3D affect, I read up on this and the lenses are just polarized lenses similar to what is in some sun glasses! The 3D affect is achieved with the different wave lengths in the difference in the polarized and unpolarized light, or something like that! Anyway I did not notice any problem with eye strain or head ache, but..... the movie was long!! Really long! You know when I was working in the hospital, when patients were sent down for a procedure, and it was going to cause the patient pain later on, the Doctors would often order us to premedicate the patient to make it more comfortable for them and to prevent them from having pain. So with that in mind, about a half hour before the movie, I took myBT med, and by the time the movie started it was working and I was able to get through the entire movie relatively well! I admit that toward the end of the movie I was squirming in my seat a little! Another thing I did was I made sure I was first in line so I could get in and get a choice seat and be comfortable!
What can I say we all learn the little tricks we need to do, to cope with the situation were in! I wish is it wasn't that way, but it is what it is!