Companies Giving up on 3D Television and Movies

It seems that the fad is finally beginning to fade out. With movies opting to run regular cinema screens instead of 3D screens, such as Batman and Star Trek (who obviously did a post production 3D version, just to get the entire market) and television stations like BBC (BBK News) putting 3D on hold indefinitely, I feel that people are now starting to think for themselves and realize that this 3D kick has really just been a kick. My opinion, the 3D is not precise and it gives me headaches. Later in the future if they perfect this a bit better, okay sure… but I honestly believe the 3D move has been extremely pre-mature.

It’s not just me, BBC, and Batman / Star Trek, this has been a widely debated subject around the net.

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