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  • Sir David Attenborough believes in 3D Posted on 18 December 2012

    During the launch show for his celebrated Galapagos 3D series, Sir David Attenborough hailed the unique qualities of 3D, "3D is the last element in conveying the information about the reality that is in front of the camera." In particular, Sir David believes that 3D works best when you get up close and personal, "Looking at things that are close to you, you suddenly see things in 3D that you don't see in 2D." 

    Galapagos 3D will air in the UK on Sky 3D on New Year's Day and will be followed later in the year by Micromonsters 3D, a series about insects which will also be hosted by Sir David.  

    Micromonsters 3D is a project created by trans-atlantic production house Colossus Productions - a joint venture between Sky and Atlantic Productions - which was specially created to deliver high quality 3D content for 3D TV audiences.

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  • Not registered Created on 10/08/2015 01:50

    There are several de
    There are several defefrint types of laser eye surgery.  And there are defefrint types of lasers that can be used in eye surgery depending upon what the surgeon is wanting to accomplish.  For instance, the surgeon could use a yag laser to treat secondary cataracts.  Or the surgeon could use an argon laser to perform iridotomies or possibly to treat leaking blood vessels in the retina.  Or the surgeon could use an excimer laser to correct vision disorders such as near sightedness, farsightedness, or astigmatism.  This is the laser you are probably referring to.  Now, excimer laser surgery is a broad term that can include PRK (photorefractive keratectomy) or LASIK (laser insitu keratomeleusis).  PRK is used on the surface of the cornea to correct prescription errors whereas LASIK is used, after creating a flap, on the internal structures of the cornea.  Both are capable of precisely correcting prescription errors.  To decide which is best for you, you need to see an eye doctor who is experienced in this field.  He or she will be able to recommend which procedure would be best.

    Not registered Created on 17/08/2015 18:11

    Sorry but there are
    Sorry but there are few alternatives.  If you're miyopc (near-sighted), you may be a candidate for ortho-k (orthokeratology), also known as corneal refractive therapy. It is a non-surgical procedure that involves wearing a series of specially designed rigid contact lenses to gradually reshape the curvature of your cornea. The lenses place pressure on the cornea to flatten it. This changes how light entering the eye is focused.  It's not free but perhaps more in your price range.
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