R u willing to watch tv with 3d glasses

United Arab Emirates
September 1, 2010 12:30am CST
with the launch of 3d television in the market, are you willing to watch tv in the house with 3d glasses. As per my thinking one can watch tv like that only for few days and later that tv will be used as a normal tv.
4 responses
@T_Diamond (965)
• New Zealand
1 Sep 10
Nope - my eyes just can't take it. I want to enjoy a movie, not suffer from it lol.
• United Arab Emirates
3 Sep 10
hahhaha i magine the whole family getg used to those glases then the visitors also have to wear lol...
• New Zealand
4 Sep 10
That's gonna be one, very weird family photo...
@Hatley (164507)
• Garden Grove, California
3 Sep 10
no no not at all those silly glasses make me ill and I would not ever use them again. No normal television for me and if no normal tv then I am up here with my computer. I have poor enough eyesight so do not need to 'make them worse at all.
• United Arab Emirates
3 Sep 10
ya thats also a good point, what will happen to people with power galsses they won't be able to see properly and that will lead to more problem with eyesight. good point, i how those guys would have thought about that before launching....
@romania2 (237)
• Philippines
1 Sep 10
I am willing to watch 3d tv... but not all the time. I don't like wearing any kind of glasses while I'm watching something. I also think the novelty of 3d will fade if I watch that way for too long.
• United Arab Emirates
3 Sep 10
hhahha thats so true, :)
@navonly (901)
• India
1 Sep 10
Watching TV wearing your 3D glasses all the time is just not so real. Watching it normally is much more entertaining and convenient.Watching occasionally or some special movies or serials with 3D glasses is fun but when it becomes regular i guess one gets bored easily.
• United Arab Emirates
3 Sep 10
totally agreed i don`t know what mde these companies invent these for home and i am sure for start all of them will see 3d then later they will use that tv as a ordinary one :) and glasses will be let to dust.