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Sky claims to have become the first broadcaster to have successfully televised an event in 3D using a domestic 3D-ready TV. Last night, Sky filmed popular beat combo Keane performing a gig in London’s Abbey Road studios using 3D camera equipment. The pictures were beamed by satellite to a nearby Sky+ HD box connected to a 46in …

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Anonymous Coward

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I wanna see morning musume in my room in 3d >.<

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Red and green?

Keane website said red and blue! No wonder my home made glasses (whiteboard marker pens used to colour in my lenses on my glasses) didn't work! lol.

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Coat

Screw the arts programming...

BRING ON THE PORN!

I'll be in the pub till that happens.

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Bod

Why?

Still just don't get why they think we need a 3D TV service.

There are far more things Sky need to sort out with their existing service than waste time and money on what is still a gimmick decades after it's heyday, no matter how many times the industry tries 3D.

When we get holographic 3D projection or similar that gives us a true 3D experience without needing glasses, then maybe 3D might be worth bothering about, but that's decades or more away.

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