The Future of 3D for Cable and TV

Scott Wilkinson of UltimateAVMag writes: "On Tuesday evening, I attended a panel discussion on the future of 3D for cable and TV presented by iHollywood Forum to coincide with the NCTA (National Cable & Telecommunication Association) 2010 convention in Los Angeles. Also on hand were several demos, including Panasonic's VT25 3D TV and a super-cool 3D camera rig (pictured above), which I'll get to later.

Before the panel discussion, we heard from Lucas Wilson of Assimilate, a post-production consulting firm and software developer of professional 3D tools. Wilson argued that modern 3D is here to stay in commercial cinemas, but broadcast content could be another matter, primarily because of eye fatigue and consumer opposition to 3D glasses. "

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