Do you enjoy watching films in 3-D?
More and more films are coming out in 3-D so that those who have bought 3-D televisions will have something to watch. Some say that 3-D adds an extra dimension of entertainment, the way that sound and colour did when they were introduced, and that it will be the new norm. Others say that attention is given to 3-D effects at the expense of more important things like good acting.
In the end, however, it'll be consumers who decide whether 3-D is a passing fad or the wave of the future.
We're now starting to see major films be converted to 3-D versions. Star Wars Episode 1: The Phantom Menace came out earlier this month in 3-D, and a 3-D version of Titanic will arrive in cinemas on 5 April 2012, to mark the 100th anniversary of the tragic voyage of the famous ship.