myself, I absolutely love 3D,
what people need to understand is how 3D works, currently on 3D tvs what needs to happen is your eyes need to be LIED to. what the left sees and what the right sees.
here is something that I believe is not going to work ill say properly " Glasses free 3D Tv's "
it sounds interesting, especially to the 3D haters out there, but however, it will not be what I call "Eye Popping 3D" . I believe it is only going to be incredible Depth Perception 3D only
case in point, when you wear 3D glasses, they are right in front of your eyes, so 3D programming can be made to look like it is right in front of you, think of the Fish scene in "Imax Under the Sea" I don't believe you are going to get the same effect on a glasses free tv.
and I encourage anyone who will be able to get to see one in demo, to bring that movie with them and plug it in and see what happens
I tested that movie on the 55" Sony 4K set and looked incredible, blew everyone away including the Sony rep. I retired yesterday from my job after 37 years, I will be getting my incentive bonus for retiring in a few weeks, I will either get the 65" Sony 4K set or the Vizio 80" M series 3D 240hz Tv
when it comes to glasses free 3D, they should have done this instead, do any of you remember the old SEGA "Holographic" video games from the 80's? the image was projected up as the monitor was table top versus standing mode. Now imagine Fast and Furious being projected up off of a 90" tabletop monitor lol
IMHO, that's the direction they should have gone in
SONY 930D 4K HDR UHD TV, SAMSUNG UBD K8500 4K UHD Blu Ray Player, Sony STR-DH770 Reciever