Is 2010 the year for 3D TV, games and movies?
Hardware makers and content creators hope so…
The future is here – and it’s looking pretty. I’m sitting in a darkened room at Sky’s HQ in West London, peering through a pair of polarised glasses at television’s next evolutionary step – 3D TV.
In front of me is a 46in JVC 3D TV displaying a show reel of Sky’s best efforts in the brave new world of 3D entertainment. It’s impressive.
The action appears to be happening an inch or so behind the razor-thin bezel of the TV, then telescoping off into the distance. There’s a real sensation of depth.
With Sky’s Senior Product Development Manager John Dollin, I watch clips of a Champions’ League game, a boxing match featuring Ricky Hatton and a spot of rugby. The ball zooms into the screen from the corners and the players run convincingly in front of the distant stands.
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