Here is the earliest published prior art: the Standard Of Ur 2600â"2400 BC.
It already happened - God arrived
but humanity lately is turning out to be a bit of a lost cause!
IRC the problem for any 3D screen-based system is the fact that
your eyes need to both
1) focus on the screen while simultaneously
2) converging (right and left eyes pointing) to a locus behind (or of the screen).
This is an unnatural thing to do - a bit like crossing your eyes without noticing.
If you do it for a long time it has a lasting aftereffect where you can't see real world distances properly for some hours afterwards.
If your eyes are still learning to make sense of the world (like children's) they can be fooled in learning wrong things about the world - such as it is normal to focus at one depth and converge at another - thus doing permanent damage
As first commented by me here:
As a failing peculiar to animate visual systems, visual illusions might be used to distinguish humans from "computer bots"
... This approach inverts, and complements, the logic of the Turing test: not requiring evidence of an intelligent capacity equivalent to that of human beings, but rather that of a characteristic human failing.
Vitamin C deficiency is apauling.