At the conclusion of last year, BSkyB demoed what might well be described as a significant element of the long term future of sports broadcasting: the transmission of sporting events in 3D.
The system, and that is now being developed, makes use of an ordinary Sky+ box to decode the 2 independent images needed to produce the three dimensional effect. Users then simply view the screen through a pair of 3D glasses.
Sky has tested the technology at live sports events such as Ricky Hatton’s victory over Juan Lazcano and Liverpool’s Champions League encounter with Marseille at Anfield in November of year that is last.
3D engineering has been used in Hollywood, with a selection of motion pictures being taken and released in 3D. Most people have predicted that 3D HD tv will be next logical step in the evolution of broadcasting.
Despite being ready to use their present satellite receiver, owners is compelled to improve their television viewing sets. However, manufacturers assume that fresh 3D TVs will cost no more when compared to a standard HD ready plasma set.
The 3D television set that BSkyB used in the demonstration of its at the headquarters of its in Osterley, London, at present retails at more than 2,000, but experts have predicted that the price tag of the technology will decrease considerably, especially in case it proves popular.
The British broadcaster described’ Sky+ 3D’ as “a perspective of the future” because the company will continue to create the system, what would involve Sky needing to work with adjust or update their cameras for 3D at events which are live.
“From our point of view this is only the next point of our innovation plan following on from Sky+, from HD and here to how was is actually by the future,” we see things may go in the future,” said BSkyB’s Head of Product, Design and Innovation, Brian Lenz.
“What we’re watching today is first of all which we can get it done, and we believe we can take action and also at a quality degree which makes it interesting to commence to look at whether there’s an appetite for it from the consumer.”
IPL 2020 Schedule Fixture UAE of 3D TV in viewers’ homes is distinctly still a few years away, however as Sky have demonstrated through the trials, you keep an eye on your favourite team in three dimensions from the comfort of the lounger might well be a daily occurrence in the relatively near future.