The BBC stop making 3D TV later this year
Two years ago, the BBC launched a project to create 3D television experience. However, technology has not been as popular as expected, so the British station decided to close the experiment at the end of this year. The station decided to revisit the issue in three years, if the 3D force then resumed.
The BBC keeps up the path already taken by ESPN , which also decided to suspend its broadcasts in 3D this year for lack of audience interest.
“I’ve never seen an appetite for 3D TV in the UK”, commented Kim Shillinglaw, responsible for BBC 3D RadioTimes.com . The last transmission was held in November, which will include a special chapter of doctor who to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the series.
Link: BBC 3D ditches after ‘Doctor Who’ special (CNET)Tags: 3D, BBC, doctor who, Televisión, TV