Probably a really good idea if they want 3D to make it. I can't imagine designing a Blu-ray DVD for two different types of 3D, would be too expensive.
CEA Seeks 3D Glasses Standardisation, But Only On Active-Shutter Type
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has this week invited interested manufacturers in the HDTV industry to submit proposals to standardise the infrared synchronisation signal used on active-shutter 3D glasses, so that eyewear from one brand can be used on three-dimensional TVs from other makes. The American trade organisation hopes that by arriving at a common standard for interoperable 3D glasses, the public will be less hesitant about buying a 3D TV, which will then drive up household adoption.