BSkyB announced that it will broadcast live in 3D the Isle of Wight Festival and Bestival 2011.
BSkyB announced that Sky 3D will broadcast 3D film and photographs of Nazi soldiers, Allied troops and civilians using recently discovered footage recorded during the Second World War.
BSkyB announced that roughly 70,000 people have signed up for its Sky 3D television channel since it launched last October.
Optoma announced its 3D-XL projector adapter, which allows existing Optoma DLP projectors to display Stereoscopic 3D.
Sky announced that it will launch Sky 3D, Europe’s first 3D channel, to millions of Sky homes on Friday 1st October 2010. According to the statement, the announcement coincided with the filming of a dance routine at St Pancras station, where Bollywood dancers performed in front of 3D cameras as part of a new SkyArts [...]