Cheap, disposable glasses will become the standard (in the UK at least). Sony / Samsung please take note...
Sky's 3D TV channel will kick off on Saturday, 3 April will the Barclays Premier League match pitching Manchester United against Chelsea, the satellite broadcaster said today. More than a thousand pubs have signed up for the channel, Sky said. It hopes more will follow in the coming months. During that time, Sky will show no …
They are the largest overall market who will also spend all of their money on it. Essentially they're the same ones who were the early adopters when Sky first launched because Sky had bigger pockets than either the BBC or ITV.
Personally I'm not even remotely interested in either the technology of these 3D-effect systems or the content, so it'll be a net saving for me when I don't pay the extra for the channels.
Given the effect that alcohol has on people's ability to see straight I can't see how much use this will be in pubs, though.
How long before a fight breaks out because the pub runs out of 3D specs?
"How long before a fight breaks out because the pub runs out of 3D specs?"
That won't be what causes a fight. No, it'll be caused by some half-cut pillock "dodging" out of the way of one of Emile Heskey's "shots" causing them to stumble into a group of Millwall fans and spilling their pints.
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