fifa world cup 2022 Finals, which will be held in Africa for the inaugural time, will be held in South Africa.
Many of you might be on the plane to South Africa, to view your squad live. However, for us unfortunate mortals, reality is now closer due to 3D TVs and 3D TV Broadcasting. More to this in another article.
3D Video technology has existed for a while. Most people don’t even remember those old paper goggles with green and red lenses that we use to watch 3D movies in the theatres. 3D video technology is evolving and we now have the ability to enjoy it at our own homes, thanks to a flood of 3D TVs available on the market.
The new 3D Ready TV sets were released by Philips, Samsung, Sony and Panasonic. All of them are optimistic that the technology will continue to be popular. According to many, 3D TV sales could account for over half of all TV distribution by 2012.
It is possible that the screens will incorporate a range of technologies, until there is industry standardisation. The entertainment sector is working towards a common, compatible standard for 3D technology in home electronics.
3D Video Technology continues to evolve. As you can see, there are many limitations to 3D Video Technology. But one thing remains constant: the need to wear 3D glasses. This is however changing. TCL, a Chinese company, has created a 42-inch LCD TV 3D that does not require special glasses. This 3D television set is currently on sale in China for $20,000 (roughly 13,700 dollars).
3D broadcasting has been available since 2008. The Japanese cable channel BS 11 has been broadcasting 3D programs around four times a days since then. Sky Sport 3D was created by Sky TV, a satellite TV network that broadcasts live fifa world cup 2022 matches.