For what it's worth, any monitor/computer combination capable of a fast refresh rate can be used, and the technology has been used for years in education and science, for example to visualize protein structure in three dimensions, to see a more realistic computer simulation of motion, or to view astronomical images.
Also, using polarizing filter and glasses for 3D goes back many years. The first 3D film I ever saw, back in the 1970s, used them. Red-cyan anaglyph glasses are still in use because they're cheaper and they work with normal television images.
Finally, while I'm being pedantic, it might be worth noting that Jaws 3D was not Jaws in 3D but a much inferior sequel.
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