December 10, 2010 11:32 AM updated: December 10, 2010 11:34 AM

We love to watch TV and use our laptops at the same time to browse the web. What if a sensor could be placed in the glasses so that when you look down (tilt your head down), the shutters would both open wide (like they do today if you move away from line of site of the IR transmitter on the TV).

Even better would be the addition of bi-focal support to the prescription version of these, when such is available. I would certainly buy them. I already bought 6 pairs of 3D glasses, and for these features, I would buy another couple pairs, one each for my wife and I. That way I can take off my regular glasses and have the 3D ones that are more like normal glasses on the entire time I watch my 3D programming rather than taking them off or pushing them up to look at my computer.

We just got the Panasonic 65" Plasma 3D TV, model TC-P65VT25. This is an awesome screen!