I remember as a kid seeing my first 3D movie. Well not actually the movie, but I do remember this. Everything was blue and red and the paper glasses hurt my face. I must have been allergic to the paper because I felt the need to constantly adjust them. After about 15 minutes my glasses were broken. I soldiered on and had a massive headache at the end of the movie because you could only see the movie with the glasses. Starring at blurry shapes for a couple of hours is probably not good for your eyes, but oh well.
From that point I was through with 3D glasses and any movies associated with 3D. I know, a bit harsh. But bad experiences easily scar children. I started to hear about 3D TVs, but alas… you still needed the infamous 3D glasses. Then I saw an article about how Fujitsu unveiled this 3D display that didn’t need any glasses at this years CES. I was initially shocked and awed. Then I came to the realization that it was only a matter of time that someone would create a glasses-free 3D experiences. The wheels of progress are always moving.
On another note, there were a few TVs out there with similar features. Here is a YouTube video to see it in action. Are you thinking about buying a 3D TV?