Let's assume (for arguments sake) that after more research it is found that her theories are correct (men decipher 3D using motion parallax, women use Shape-from-shading). From her article she says
which for a computer is a piece of cake—to render motion parallax properly
As a result, 3D graphics does a terrible job of truly emulating shape-from-shading
Now, admittedly, I've never heard of these things before and have no idea what's involved in the coding but assuming that computers rendering in motion parallax IS sexist, is she advocating that we purposely switch to a more difficult, resource sucking and inefficient method of displaying 3D? That seems counter-intuitive to everything in the world about finding efficiencies. And once that happens, won't that be sexist to men? And won't men be the driving force behind VR (for video games)?