Man's impaired vision fixed after watching Hugo in 3-D2/20/2013
Martin Scorcese’s 3-D film "Hugo" won five Oscars, but if there was a category for Best Film to Miraculously Cure Seriously Impaired Eyesight it would have garnered six. That’s what happened for Santa Cruz, Calif., neuroscientist Bruce Bridgeman, 67, who entered the theater with a lifelong lack of depth perception and — 128 minutes and a pack of Twizzlers later — found his vision normal. As a child, Bridgeman experienced one moment of 3D vision while looking at a cereal box. Experts believe the two-hour concentration of watching "Hugo" triggered the synaptic connections created decades ago, thus reestablishing Bridgeman’s binocular ability. And he doesn’t even need the 3-D glasses. [Source]
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