A study by Nielsen finds 52 percent of Americans who tried 3-D TV said it was a better experience than they expected. But many of the 425 people surveyed said they were less interested in buying the technology after trying it because of several concerns.
Aside from the cost, 57 percent said the glasses viewers must wear are a major reason why they would not by a 3-D television. Nine out of 10 said they worry 3-D television viewing won't allow them to perform other tasks at the same time. There are also concerns there is not enough 3-D programming to justify the purchase.