Disney's subsidiary ESPN recently dropped 3-D and it appears that the 3-D fad is over for now. RealD and IMAX could have benefited from the growing adoption of 3-D, and one TV manufacturer made a bigger bet on the technology than most. Find out why each company will be hit by ESPN's decision in the video below from Fool contributor Travis Hoium
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