Obstacles to acceptance likely include the 3D glasses and the pricing, which is generally higher for 3D TVs than for standard HDTV sets. Throw in the additional charges that some cable and satellite carriers require, (not to mention 3D Blu-ray players) and you’re looking at a real investment.
Image Credit: ESPN 3DIt’s not all bad news, though. Analysts expect this to be a better year for 3D TVs than in years past. And if you’re a sports (and 3D) fan, you’ll be glad to know that ESPN 3D is one of the biggest 3D channels on the market and has been steadily building the list of providers who offer the channel.