Of course there are already those that convert entire rooms to home cinemas, with seats to match, but they remain a relatively small minority. For the proles that do not live in large detached properties, the density of modern urban living tends to more modest solutions.
This can already be seen in the world of audio. The fashion for large “hi-fi” systems with huge power amplifiers has largely been displaced by more personal audio experiences.
The same may be said for 3DTV, the apparent failure of which reflects the practicalities of the domestic viewing environment. Television is still a shared social experience for many people. By and large, people do not want to watch television wearing special spectacles, and displays that do not require glasses are far from ready for the home.