We're not old by any means, but we certainly remember the time when you could only experience 3D when you waited in a line for an hour and a half and then saw a cartoon jumping out at you. Times sure have changed and we're not sure if we're on board with this one.
We recently went to the movies to see Alice in Wonderland in 3D &mdash the experience was great and it really brought us back to our childhood (not the movie per say, but the 3D experience for sure). We've been reading a lot about television companies releasing their 3D tv's for the common home &mdash we're not so sure we're on the bandwagon.
Panasonic has apparently sold out of their 3D televisions in the U.S and we're a little blown away. Samsung has released theirs and Sony is waiting until the summer months and will release theirs at lower prices than their competitors.
We just can't imagine sitting in our living room with 3D glasses on. Not to mention, what kind of shows are going to be filmed in 3D? We certainly do not want to see our local news anchors all up in our grill. Call us a skeptic, but we're pretty sure we'd have a raging headache after an hour of watching tv. We realize just because it's a 3D TV that you don't have to always watch 3D television and movies.
Obviously this is our own opinion and everyone is entitled to their own. We're curious about what you think.
(Images: Phillips, Samsung)