Sunday, January 31, 2010 will mark a historic day for soccer (football) fans in England. The game (match) between Arsenal and Manchester United will be available in 3D in bars (pubs) in London, Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh.
Sky TV (English TV channel) is offering the three dimensional option for the sporting event, and looks to make it an even more prevalent viewing option for the public by making it available to hundreds more pubs in April.
No way to tell how it will be received in England, but it will sure make for some interesting commentary from the Sky TV announcers who probably can’t even work a computer. Check out more on the move by Sky TV at the links below.
British Pubs to Broadcast Soccer Games in Three Dimensions Via Sky Tv
1. 3D Sports Viewing - Businesses in the entertainment industry can leverage 3D technology to improve audience engagement and provide an immersive viewing experience for sports events.
2. Location-based Promotion - With location-based broadcasting of 3D sports events, businesses in the food and beverage industry can attract customers by advertising unique experiences for fans to watch games whilst promoting their brand and generating revenue.
3. Virtual Reality Sports Viewing - The use of virtual reality to watch sports events could create disruptive innovation opportunities for businesses in the technology sector, potentially revolutionizing how people watch and interact with sports content.
1. Entertainment - Incorporating 3D technology in the entertainment industry can lead to new experiences and a higher level of audience engagement that can drive revenue growth.
2. Food and Beverage - Pubs, bars, and restaurants can attract more customers by promoting unique 3D sports viewing experiences while generating additional revenue through product sales.
3. Technology - The use of virtual reality technology to enhance sports viewing can create new opportunities for businesses in the tech industry to innovate and disrupt the traditional viewing experience.