3D TVs and ESPN

ESPN 3D has just announced the first 3D college games to be broadcast on the new network.

  • Boise State vs. Virginia Tech
  • Miami vs. Ohio State
  • Clemson vs. Auburn

These games have initial honors with more 3D college and pro games to be announced. We think that 3D will become the viewing option of choice for die-hard football fans who want an immersive viewing experience.ESPN 3D Website

ESPN 3D has just announced the first 3D college games to be broadcast on the new network. Boise State vs. Virginia Tech; Miami vs. Ohio State; and Clemson vs. Auburn have initial honors with more 3D college and pro games to be announced. “Jaw dropping,” is how David Berman, Director of Training & Public Relations of HTSA explains the experience. “3D will become the viewing option of choice for die-hard football fans who want an immersive viewing experience.” And the bigger the better. Berman notes that to truly enjoy 3D football, the screen needs to be big. Samsung, for instance, is offering a mammoth 55-inch C9000 LED LCD HDTV. “The 3D experience takes you out of the stands and places you in the game,” says Berman. “It’s the most fully encompassing, true to life football experience available until holograms become a reality.”

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