1. BrokebackBob says

    All this bs about 3-D seems to omit the fact that some of us do have sight in one eye which means we cannot view -ANY- 3-D presentation and experience the effect that the presenter intended -if- the mechanism depends on the viewer have perfect sight in both eyes. This boils my blood because most likely non-3d showing of movies will end.

    If you think this is a small problem, go read this information which includes the fact that 10 million people in the US have monocular vision.