Originally Posted by bull3964
Unfortunately, 3d is likely never coming back since the polarizing filters affect the overall brightness of the display and higher peak nits (or same peak nits with better burn in resistance) would sell more TVs than 3d. I would love it if the 2020 LGs came with 3d and I would likely sell off my C6 to get one so I could have the better motion processing and eARC, but it's just realistically not going to happen.
I'm not so sure. 2020 is out but perhaps further down the line. There are a lot of things true videophiles are concerned about and things that the more casual viewer are concerned about. Remember, 3D was pretty poor until 4K sets came out and, of course, the OLED sets took visuals to the next level.
More brightness with blooming colors are good for alot of folks. Actually, most folks. Anyone with the C6 knows you have to sit much further away to get great 3D than you would for 4K content. However, if you sit further back you're essentially getting a 1080P 3D image that is as good as in theaters. (I have my C6 on a platform with wheels to move the TV back about 30" and that makes a huge difference).
The reason I think 3D can take another shot and be more successful is simply because it can be really, really good. More people need to see how good it can be. I am also pessimistic on this happening. Even if it's better received that still may not be enough to keep it. However, after watching "The Hobbit" last night, great depth movie, I almost cried knowing that when this C6 craps out, no more 3D for me.
My goal: a 77" OLED 3D TV. I'm a simple man with simple needs.