3D fanatics will be happy to know that you don't need any special 3D equipment to transform your 3D movies from your MacBook Pro to a 3D television set. I tested this out during the weekend by using the Bino Free 3D Video Player, which you can download by clicking on the link.
I had to mess with the settings a little bit, but was able to play 3D videos filmed with the Fujitsu FinePix REAL 3D W3 camera as well as the Sony Bloggie 3D HD on a Sony Bravia 3D television set by connecting a MacBook Pro 13-inch Retina through the HDMI port. I honestly thought you needed a 3D laptop or some 3D transmitter to do this.
If you don't like the Bino Free 3D Player, you can install Parallels, run Windows 7 or 8, and use the Stereoscopic Player to run your 3D movies. You will still have to play with the settings, but will be happy once you get things right. I watched Titanic 3D in full 3D this weekend with the MacBook Pro connected to a Sony Bravia 3D television and it was quite the home theater experience.