At George Eastman House's Dryden Theatre in Rochester, NY they're having a 3D Week to
celebrate the 4th of July from Tuesday July 3rd to Saturday July 7th, including
an appearance on the 4th and 5th by 3-D expert Bob Furmanek (3-D Film Archive) which will be on hand to show
rarely seen stereoscopic shorts screened in restored dual-strip 35mm Polaroid 3-D, and a print of
Robot Monster (Phil Tucker, 1953).
Also shown during the course of 3D week will be Man in the Dark (Lew Landers, 1953), Dial M for Murder (Alfred Hitchcock, 1954) and Inferno (Roy
Ward Baker, 1953).
For more information about itinerary and tickets go to the http://dryden.eastmanhouse.org/ or
http://www.eastmanhouse.org/events/calendar.php websites or call (585) 271-3361.
@Clock: What are you talking about? There's plenty of high-end sets and projectors out there. If you're referring to something like the "late" Pioneer Kuro, there's a very simple reason you can't buy it: not enough consumers were willing to pay the price to get something of that high a quality. That's certainly not a bad rap on consumers; it was an expensive set and some people don't prioritize their lives on watching television. If you're referring to 4K, it's coming, but I wonder why considering there won't be any content to play on it.
If you're referring to the fact that 3D is built-in to most sets these days, so what? Don't turn it on. I have a 3D set, but I never watch it that way -- I don't even own a single pair of 3D glasses.