The concept of watching an enhanced movie experience with more three dimensional aspects is great....it's the reliance on a mid-twentieth century approach to the tech that makes this effort doomed to certain failure.
3D glasses failed in the 1950s, and this thread shows they inevitably are heading for the knick-knack shelf again.
Consider- here on this forum we have people whose passion is for home theatre and the highest tech. We are gadget lovers, film buffs who appreciate new technological marvels.
Yet, throughout the life of is thread,more than 50% don't care about or don't want this creaky, outdated 3D glass dependant return to a fad that failed multiple times over the past 60 years, Just imagine a poll of the regular public who mostly watch reality television.
The reason it's a doomed idea is because having to use the glasses is a clumsy and non-elegant solution at best. They cause actual physical pain to a fair % of users. It is, in my opinion, a poor solution for the problem at hand.
We on the cusp of 3D without glasses. It's close. When that day arrives, approval numbers will be near 100% among techies, instead of in the 40s.
Until that day, 3D is indeed a passing fad, and one I choose to pass on altogether.