Watching 3D film 'doubles children's concentration powers'



Watching a 3D movie can more than double the concentration powers and cognitive processing of children, new research claims.
A study by visual technology firm RealD and led by child psychologist Dr Richard Woolfson and associate lecturer at Goldsmiths Patrick Fagan suggests that children aged between seven and 14 experienced twice the cognitive processing speed and performed better in testing after watching 20 minutes of a 3D film.
This is despite suggestions that attention spans in children have shortened in the last decade due to unlimited to access to entertainment, including on-demand... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
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