Exactly what I've been saying all along
What a debate that original thread started, I personally had to leave the thread, it got a little to excited for my tastes. What you are saying is exactly what I was trying to convey.
3D requires the right environment and the correct equipment in order to experience it in a way the producer intended. 3D for TV on the other hand is a novelty, the viewer
experience was never good enough to support a following that would keep it mainstream. So I agreed 3D for TV was dead. Well, not dead, just on the back burner, so-to-speak.
With my new JVC RS600 the contrast takes 3D to another elevated level and I ,like yourself ,had lost interest. Loved 3D, even set up my theater maximizing the environment to make
it work. My new JVC RS600 my 136" curved screen ( Draper Techvision 1.8 gain XT1800 material) the anamorphic lens and bat cave is what makes this incredible. Shutter glasses
that are OEM specified ( others are not ideal) with large ear pieces to block stray side light and all is good. Glasses still a pain in the assets but that is my only gripe.
Recommend Jupiter Ascending , The Great Gatsby or Prometheus 3D, all spectacular.
Dedicated Theater: Sony VPL VW5000 , Panamorph DCR & ISCO III L Anamorphic Lens, Draper TecVision XT1800X Screen, 2.40:1 134" diagonal curved , Denon AVR-X8500 , 9.2.6 Atmos, Panasonic UB900, Oppo 203, Lumagen Pro 4440 , (3) Paradigm CI Elite E7-L+C+R fronts, , (2) CI Pro P80-IW Rear, (2) Paradigm SA-ADP In-wall Surround, (6) SIG-1.5R-30 v.3 In-Ceiling, Subwoofers: (2) SVS SB-16 Ultra , (1) SVS PC13-Ultra .