As an update from a previous post, the NBA game that was scheduled to be played in 3D has created quite the interest since yesterday when it was televised. According to viewers the game was clear, realistic, and very sharp compared to some of the best home televisions due to the 4096×2160 (4K) resolution. In order to get the full effect of the three-dimensional game, the viewer would have to look straight at the screen; if you turn your head slightly the 3D effect will diminish. The enjoying broadcast was also commercial free, and during the timeouts and halftime, there were shots of other features that viewers donâ€™t normally see in the background, primarily players in huddle and cheerleaders. It is projected that the interested in 3D cinema and broadcasting technology will increase in the coming years.
[via The Dallas Morning News]