In fact, Nintendo to issue a formal warning that the three-dimensional view on the Nintendo 3DS can harm the eyes of children under the age of six years. Vision of children under the age of six years is still in growth stages and 3D images that yield two different images to the right and left eye could disrupt growth.
Parents are asked to accompany children when using these devices and the Nintendo recommends that the 3D mode is turned off when playing by children under the age of six years. In addition, users are also advised to rest every play 3D games once every half hour.
The warning issued by Nintendo United on Friday (12/31/2010), before the device was launched. Nintendo 3DS that can display 3D video on the screen without the user wearing special glasses is scheduled for released in February 2011 in Japan and March in the U.S. with a price of 304 U.S. dollars.
Technology News - AP