Before you go shopping for a 3D television, go into the process with some basic knowledge about 3D.
Your eyes see in 3D all the time; because of the space between your eyes, your left eye has one view of what's before you and your right eye has another view. Your brain adds the two images together to make one 3D image.
So how does 3D work with movies? Well, if you've ever taken off the glasses during a 3D movie, you noticed the movie was blurry. That's because the film is simultaneously showing each scene from two different angles in two different colors. The red and green filters on the glasses separate the two images. One of your eyes sees one image and the other eye sees the other. Then your brain adds the two together to create a 3D image. A 3D TV is a high-definition TV (HDTV) that is able to display images in three-dimensions with the help of special glasses. You have three things to consider when shopping for a TV.