During the last few days, I spent some time reading different articles about certain companies quitting developing and manufacturing processes of 3D technologies for end consumers - more specifically: 3D TVs.
Then I thought about what impact it could have on the development and the continuation of this technology, but in connection to theaters.
From my perspective, 3D has begun to slowly disappear (may be it's only for private users). But I also know, that 3D still has its fan base and theaters and film companies will try very hard to stick with 3D technologies and improve the experience.
Is there any evidence that the use of 3D in Theaters is decreasing and that they are returning back to the 2D standard?
Or is it the opposite? Can we expect any technical advantage in the near future, that has already been announced or is rumored to be coming soon to Theaters, to bring 3D to the next level?