It is possible to convert a normal laptop LCD screen to view polarized 3D images or video using polarized glasses.
The way you do this is easily found using Google.
You will need to buy some selophane wrapping (Clear).
Not all work as the reason for it working is an LCD display is already polorized as it bends the light to produce the display.
The problem is the screen is polorized in one direction so the glasses will not seperate the image to each eye.
What you have to do is lay the selophane on the screen and rotate it until the screen looks opaque.
you end up with a result a little like dropping a water droplet on the screen,
the display looks slightly distorted and splits the display into lines.
The reason selophane works is all in the manufacturing process of the selophane.
It is pulled through the light dye and produces a screen effect at about 170.2 degrees.
The correct angle is 180 degrees but the selophane is close enough and very cheap.
This really does work if you want to take the time to experiment.
You will need something like 25 micron selophane.
You will also need some viewing software like Cyberling Power DVD as this can also convert 2D film to 3D and display polorized.
Hope this helps.
You just need to do a little Googling to get the walk through to do this.