On my 3D TV, why don't movies on 3D Blu-ray--my only source of stereoscopic 3D content--have realistic depth? Lately, I've noticed that they do not look as if I was there on scene, watching the action live. I moved my home theater system from a small room to a bigger (but still somewhat small) room, so my seat's distance from the TV has increased. To find out if that is the reason, I moved my chair closer to the screen, and I still don't see realistic depth. It is also possible that when I first got into stereoscopic 3D, my enthusiasm for it prevented me from seeing that it doesn't look realistic. The two movies that I watched recently and that made me feel like the effect isn't realistic were Avatar and The Amazing Spider-man.
TV: LG 47LW5700, AVR: Onkyo TX-NR787, speakers: DCM KX speakers:
DCM KX-12 Series 2 (as front left and front right), DCM KX Center Series 2, DCM KX-6 Series 2 (as side surround left and right), sources: Xbox One S, Playstation 2 (fat model), Nintendo GameCube (model with digital AV output) with GameBoy Player, Panasonic VCR (PV-4661), PC: Microsoft Surface Pro (5th generation), phone: iPhone 7 Plus, my Last.fm profile