Your phone has an extra layer (a parallax barrier) on top of the display that simulates 3D depth.
This allows your eyes to each see a different image through this layer, simulating a sense of depth. When you move or tilt your phone at a different angle, you may see the 3D image misalign and align again.
- Viewing 3D images may cause symptoms such as eye strain, dizziness and nausea in some people. If you experience such symptoms or discomfort, immediately stop using the 3D function and seek medical advice.
- You should take periodic breaks when using the 3D function to prevent these symptoms and/or impairment of vision. You should avoid viewing the 3D images continuously for a prolonged period of time.
- Children under the age of 7 should not use the 3D function as this may affect or damage developing eyes.
- Discuss specific concerns with your optometrist, ophthalmologist, or physician.