I don't think aggression will be an effect because they are too close to be able to see the stereoscopic effect, they'll only see a blur that changes as they move, which I think will be difficult for them to identify. But this weird effect you get when you are moving in front of the plasma screen is disturbing, even if for a few seconds. They will be continuously exposed to that.
I hope it doesn't "stupidify" them or make them psychologically unbalanced (tv has this effect on people
I already know what will be the community:
Aulonocara baenschi benga
Aulonocara sp. nyassae (hansbaenschi red flush)
Copadichromis borleyi red kadango
Protomelas sp. steveni taiwan reef
Protomelas steveni eastern
Protomelas nemalange red empress
These species are organized in couples or small harems of adult fish. There will be an assortment of younger fish. This is meant to be an exhibition tank so it will be fuller than I would like. For me this aquarium would be great with just 8-12 fish.
I'll post pictures of the final result. Since this aquarium will be placed at a picture exhibition, I'm going to put two paintings behind the aquarium, on each side of the plasma screen.
I expect to post some images of the virtual fish within the next days since I'll begin modelling them in my free time.
If anyone has any information on the effect of prolongued exposition to TV on fish, please let me know.