I like it and have owned TVs with it, but I went to a Projector and like it even more. The glasses are no big deal as I have to wear them normally anyway. Some people don't like it and that is ok, but they shouldn't put it down for the rest of us that do like it. I noticed that the price has gone up and some stores like Walmart is hardly ever carrying them, unless it is in a package with 4K at about $40. For me that is way to high a price to pay for any movie. Sure some movies were crappy in 3D with little effect, such as Last Airbender, but some were excellent also. I know some magazines put it down, as some of the article writers didn't like it and posted that feeling much too often. They recently quit grading 3D movies on the main magazine. If companys like Visio read that stuff, it possibly is what swayed them from adding 3D to their TVs. I have two 4K TVs, not all programs are in 4K with HDR, when it is, it looks better, but I have 2 eyes and when I look around, everything I see is in 3D, except my TV's picture. Nope, I sure hope it isn't dead and makes a bigger comeback. Like the man above said, probably when they can put it in 4K 3D. They will then offer us new TVs and Projectors with it, for more bucks spent. Then several years later the will come out with 8K. That's capitalism folks.
JCP.. Optoma HD142x, 120" DaLite, Pioneer Elite SC-LX501, Klipsch Heresy fronts and backs, Infinity center, Klipsch KG-2 sides, Velodyne HGS 18" sub, Paradigm PW2200 sub, Triad PowerSub 18", Energy 15" sub. Panasonic BDT-310 & Sony BDP-S790 Blu-Rays.