screen size matters for inter ocular distance between the 2 camera's?

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    I was wondering if this is really true; it it often said that screen size matters when dealing with stereoscopic 3D. but with larger screens like cinema you just take more distance from screen. Can anyone give an explaination about this? Thanks, Hans.
     
    Hans Castrop, Oct 14, 2016
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