Sky will remain committed to 3D broadcasts, despite the BBC’s decision to abandon the technology.
The BBC is to end its two-year trial of 3D broadcasting and will not pursue any 3D projects for at least the next three years.
The BBC has confirmed that it will screen the climax of the 2013 Wimbledon Championships in 3D.
ESPN is to shut down its 3D production efforts and cease broadcasting 3D sport.
A short preview of LG’s new MT93 personal Smart TV, due for release in Europe in early 2013. So far an exact release date and retail price is still to be confirmed.
A demonstration of the new glasses-free 3D tech from Dolby and Philips has impressed an audience of industry analysts in Las Vegas.
Sony has revealed that the upcoming PlayStation 4 console will support ultra high definition’4K’ video output, but not for games.
Sky TV is to launch a new basic-tier package combining HD and 3D content for just £31.50 per month,
Sony has filed a patent for a new 3D glasses design that it hopes can ensure compatibility with any 3D system.
Dolby 3D and Philips are collaborating on new glasses-free 3D technology that is said to offer superior image quality.
Sky is to broadcast live 3D footage of the third pre-season Formula 1 test.
Director and 3D enthusiast James Cameron’s company Cameron Pace Group has tested its new ’5D’ cameras at this year’s Winter X Games.
Mark Harrison, controller for BBC North, has said he believes “3D TV is dead.”
A senior Panasonic executive has admitted that the company’s heavy investment in 3D has not been effective.
NetFlix is to offer streaming 3D movies, as long as your ISP runs its software.