But either way, you'll need to wear the glasses.
Sharp is launching four new 3D capable televisions in Japan, and they're equipped with a feature that sounds really exciting, until you find out more about it anyway.
There's no more need to argue about whether to watch a movie in 3D or not, the new AQUOS Quattron sets leave it up to the individual. If you want to watch in 3D, you're welcome to. If you want 2D, it's up to you.
The downside is that either way, you'll need to wear the glasses. If your buddy is watching in 3D and you want to watch in 2D, you'll still have to pop on the glasses and toggle the switch that converts the 3D into 2D.