i dont want one. its kind of pointless, especially if you need to constantly wear glasses.
if there was a way of viewing it without the glasses, then it would be cool. but for the moment i find it a tad bit annoying,
especially at the movies, where you get reflections of lights and other things on your glasses.
It's plain silly, leave it at the cinemas. We have attempted to watch 3D movie at home, didn't pan out too well. We stop about two minutes into it, go back to the menu and select the normal feature. For surround sound, don't work for me at all - maybe only because I'm profoundly deaf.
I saw a 3D TV on a recent trip to Japan i was unimpressed with watching a movie on it, but i did play a 3D game on the PS3 and was very impressed. The issue i have in 3D is that you're constantly making your eyes focus on thing close and far and instead of zoning out and being fully submerged in the film, your brain and eye muscles are still running overtime. The PS3 3D game was different, it was a driving game so your focus stayed pretty much fixed ten meters in front of the car like you would if your were really racing. But by far the absolutely most awesome thing about it was that you could judge distances to the corner, you could see angles, and see how big the intersections were and pick a racing line. I can imagine how much this would help in FPS games, actually seeing how far things are away. I truly thing if 3D makes it, it'll be in games.
I recently saw part of a football game, filmed in 3d, on a large 3d tv, and I think sports-mad fans are going to love it. The 3d tv's can switch back to 2d mode, so I think it might be the type of viewing that you do occasionally, rather than all the time. I can imagine that it would be amazing for games. Fox Sports are showing a 3D Socceroos game on Monday.