As i search for you.There are two kinds of most popular 3D TV, one is shutter, shutter 3D TV flashing on the eye is not very good. The other is not flash, using the new 3D technology, to see when there is no flashing glasses are lightweight, do not take the battery, the results were pretty good eye.
Dear Spearl I don't think so. Because I know some of the advantages of this.. 3D television is the new technology which gives the user an experience life time because 3D was possible in theater and the second advantage is 3D is better then other television when it comes to picture and sound quality..
Let me add my bit to it. I currently own a 55" LM8600 3D TV from LG and view my fair share of 3D titles with my kid. If watched at an appropriate distance for a limited period of time, then 3D isn't all that harmful.
What aids my logic is personal experience and the fact that my TV uses passive 3D technology similar to movie theaters so there's not much stress involved.