Remember how virtual reality was going to be the Next Big Thing? What happened to that? Well, one of the developers of VR technology says it's the same thing that will happen to 3DTV.
Mark Pesce worked on a VR helmet for the Sega Mega Drive in the 90's and says it was abandoned because it could lead to a persistent condition called "binocular dysphoria" — or an inability to see in three dimensions after continued exposure.
While we take this advice with a grain of salt, and think it could be the millennial version of "square eyes", we can't wait to see what sort of job the current affairs shows will do with this.