BBC ends with 3D. End 3D technology?
Published: July 8, 2013, 11:57 Yesterday | Author: editor
In November 2013 the British public broadcaster BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation) will broadcast the last show in the three-dimensional image ( 3DTV ). It will be a special episode of "Doctor Who".
BBC broadcasts in 3D technology since 2011. The British public broadcaster will no longer continue the project. This is due to low audience interest in the offer. Last year's 3D broadcast of the Olympics opening ceremony was watched by only 775,000 people, which is half of the people who are equipped with 3D televisions.
BBC broadcast in 3D sporting events such as the Olympics and the Wimbledon tennis tournament, entertainment, movies. Ratings in this format rarely exceeded 5 percent in households with 3D TV.
Termination of the 3D format operator recently announced U.S. sports channel ESPN. His ESPN 3D expire at the end of this year.
after ESPN now BBC point is we need glassless TV's which r not cheap not every1 can watch 3D using glasses longer than 1 hour and its not looks fine when u r watching 3d @ home like cyborg
3D still will remain in cinemas
looking for JSTV subscribers. & 9 east
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