FIFA and Sony have signed a contract under which selected matches to be played during the next year’s World Cup in South Africa will be broadcast using 3D image capture.
This means that 3D TV owners will be able to watch exactly 25 matches watched like never before. At least in the case of a widely available sports event broadcast.
Decisions on the choice of specific matches that will be broadcast in 3D are just about to collapse. Almost certainly, however, is that among them will be the final match. In addition, after the event, the 2010 FIFA World Cup will be available for purchase on Blu-ray Disc. It is not yet known exactly what it will find in it, but one can assume that the most interesting and important moments will be shown, including the opening ceremony.
To be able to enjoy a three-dimensional ball and three-dimensional players, of course, you need the right TV.
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