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James Cameron: 3-D Triggers Little Parts of Your Brain Video description
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James Cameron: 3-D Triggers Little Parts of Your Brain

In this clip from our Side Swipes series, pioneering director James Cameron explains that even babies know 2-D images are not “real.” 3-D, however… that’s another story.

In honor of Side by Side’s television premiere this coming Friday, August 30, at 9PM ET on PBS, we’re revisiting some of our favorite entries from the Side Swipes archivesWatch as James Cameron recounts his failed attempts to get UCLA neuroscientists to study the effects of watching a 3D movie on the brain. 

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