Assuming everything in your system is hooked up connectly and you are actually getting the 3D signal from your Blu-ray 3D player thru your AVR and to your projecter, there are a couple of additional thiings to consider. The Panasonic BDT210 has a user adjustment that impacts the 3D depth of the image. See page 20 of the owner's manual in the section called "Enjoying 3D Video." While playing a Blu-ray 3D disc you may want to try going to the player's manual setting for "3D Picture Mode" and try different settings for the "distance" adjustment. Also your projector may also have similar settings that impact 3D image depth. I haven't used a AE7000 so I don't know what such a setting is called (it may just be called something like sceen size or perhaps 3D depth).
Finally, be aware that some 3D movies/programs do not include much or any "pop out of the screen" 3D effects and rather use the 3D to add depth appearing behind the screen. Sort of like the screen is a window thru which you are viewing the 3D world.
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