Home 3D NFL tests 3-D, HD not realistic enough

NFL tests 3-D, HD not realistic enough

The NFL will test broadcast in 3-D the San Diego Chargers vs. Oakland Raiders game on Dec. 4 in theaters located in Los Angeles, New York, and Boston. According to a CBS article, the NFL is thinking beyond just high-definition and testing 3-D technologies which will make games even more realistic.

As well as showing the game in 3-D theaters, there will also be 3-D televisions on display at the theaters which are already being developed by some electronics companies to display 3-D movies.

One of the first times an NFL game was filmed in 3-D was Superbowl 2004 when the New England Patriots played the Carolina Panthers. Thursday’s Dec. 4 game at Qualcomm Stadium will be the first time the NFL will present a game live in 3-D.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

4k TV Deals

Sony X1 4k HDR TV

Hot Pre-orders!

Game of Thrones: The Complete Series 4k Blu-ray
Back to the Future 35th Anniversary 4k Blu-ray giftset
Mission: Impossible - The Original TV Series Blu-ray
Stanley Kubrick 3-Film Collection  4k Blu-ray

1-Month Free!

Hot Blu-rays!

New Articles

Read a Review of ‘The King of Staten Island’ on Blu-ray Disc

SNL breakout Pete Davidson's story is one that a lot of fans are familiar with. From his struggle with Crone's disease, losing his firefighter...

Yellowstone Season 3 Blu-ray & DVD Release Date & Details

Paramount has announced the release date of the third season of Yellowstone to Blu-ray and DVD will be December 8, 2020. The Blu-ray and DVD...

Our Favorite New Amazon Products, Prices & Release Dates

Amazon has announced several new products for internet connectivity, home entertainment, and Alexa voice control. The first of which we'll mention is the new...

Disney Announces Updates to MCU Phase 4 Movie Schedule

Disney has announced updates to several films that are part of Phase 4 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The first film in Phase 4, Black...

Support Us!