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I think the fact you need to wear 'polarizing glasses' will be enough to put most people off though.
why don't they just get a giant sheet of polarising material, and put it over the screen?
they need to be close to the eyes so both the red and blue lens cover the whole screen. If it were on the screen itself only half would be blue and half red.
but you'd need them to combine both images. Really you need a screen that somehow projects both images at once at two different polarisations and then you get the corrected view. However, I'd say polarised 3D goggles will be more popular since they'll be cheaper to produce and use.
http://www.nme.com/reviews/secret-machines/10036 - seems a tad pointless, but then so do the band these days.