Right now, I basically have two primary viewing rooms. One is the living room, in which I have a 50 inch plasma. (I'm very interested in the Panny VT25 at the moment) The other room I have, is a projection room. I'm very anxious to hear about any 3D projector announcements.
Anyways, with high quality shutterglasses being in the $150 ish range, it seems illogical to have to buy different glasses for use in both rooms. I have a family of four, and I'll definitely need 4 glasses for each room. The idea of paying for 8 different pairs of glasses (just to have 4 working glasses in each location) is not something I'm looking forward to. It would make much more sense to buy 4 glasses that will work both with the 3D projector in the projector room, and with the 3D plasma in the living room. In fact, I'm going to need more than just 4 glasses in the projector room. I figure in the beginning, I'll need to have at least 6 pairs, so that when a couple of people come over, I can have 6 people in the theater room enjoying TV. If those glasses also worked on the living room plasma, then I would know that I could have 6 people in the living room watching 3D as well.
Makes perfect sense.... right? Unfortunately, I'm not sure how I'm going to pull this off. Is it going to be possible to find glasses that work on both displays?