3D dance to death
3D has always been a dismal failure. I was printing 3D comic books back in the 60/70s..they didn't sell then and I doubt very much that any iteration of it will sell now. Just to much hassle and expense for the perceived benefit.
Sony may partner with two leading video entertainment giants to launch a dedicated 3D TV channel, it has emerged, just hours after sports broadcaster ESPN confirmed plans for its own 3D telly service. The Walt Disney Company that owns ESPN announced earlier today that a 3D version of the channel will go live in June this year …
yet another excuse for Comcast to rape customers.
You'll have to buy a bundle of unwanted channels just to get the one you want.
Then they'll advertise it for $19.99 and fail to mention that the basic connection costs $59.99 and the fee goes up to it's "regular' price of $49.99. Not to mention the "rental" fee of the encryption box for $4.99.
I presume you mean binocular TV, where the point of view is fixed but some amount of depth is apparent, rather than actual 3D TV which would be like a hologram.
The acid test is: can you get an upskirt by sitting under the TV?
I'm guessing not, otherwise the upskirt sites would be opposing this already.
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