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Arsenal V Man United Will Be In 3D In 9 Pubs

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Sky is kicking off the UK's first 3D channel with a live Premier League football match to be broadcast in nine pubs around the UK this weekend.

The match between Arsenal and Manchester United will be viewable in 3D in pubs in London, Manchester, Cardiff and Edinburgh.

In April Sky will roll out its 3D channel to hundreds of other pubs.

Later in the year, Sky 3D will be made available to all Sky+HD customers with a range of content on offer.

This will include movies, sport, documentaries and entertainment.

Sky 3D will initially be available as a free add-on for those with Sky+HD boxes.

Viewers need to wear a special pair of glasses to watch the content

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/8483136.stm

dont know which pubs though

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Sky have been pushing this HD ting hard recently.

Looking forward to when this comes to HD

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Sky have been pushing this HD ting hard recently.

Cant get a normal Sky+ box now. Can only get the HD one.

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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

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Hype.

All they do is enhance the image a little bit with more vibrant colours and sharpen the HD image quality and call it 3D.

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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

C/S. There are no more than 2 Ushited fans on here who have actually gone to see Ushited play. YOUR TIME GUYS.

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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

:lol:

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wtf, aint 3-d a step down from real life image?

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Not worth a new topic -

Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen has not suffered a broken leg after limping off against Aston Villa on Wednesday.

The initial fear was that the Belgian centre-half had fractured his leg and that he could face a lengthy spell on the sidelines, but the injury is not as bad as first suspected.

Indeed, the 24-year-old could even make the starting line-up for the weekend game against title rivals Manchester United in the Premier League, although this may come just too soon.

Manager Arsene Wenger told Arsenal's official website: "There is no fracture in Thomas' leg but his injury still has to be assessed.

"There is still a good chance he will not play on Sunday."

Vermaelen has settled well into life in North London, and has started every league game for the Gunners this season, netting five goals in the process.

Injury updates

Meanwhile, Wenger has ruled out Eduardo and Abou Diaby for the visit of United on Sunday, although he says Emmanuel Eboue and Alex Song are available.

"Eduardo has a small, small, small hamstring," he added. "He will be out for one week. He will not make Man United but he might make Chelsea.

"However Emmanuel Eboue and Alex Song have been in this morning. Eboue has been running outside.

"They are both in good shape. Tired but in good shape. Both of them are available for Sunday.

"Unfortunately Abou will not be back this weekend but he could be for Chelsea."

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Sick this will mean big things for Liverpool fans if Channel 5 can acquire the rights to the 3D technology.

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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

:lol:

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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

:lol:

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Hang on, you need a 3D TV?

f*ck OFF!

The killer is that most Full HD TV's have the hardware capacity to cope with 3d but none of them will work so you have to buy a new tv.

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you see that 3D sh*t

apperently when you sit at angle it aint 3D

and iff your at a certain height it looks f*cked up

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0zt8jHJZkfM



Im sure you need the glasses though...

Cos I can see a duplicated transparent layer of the actual video slightly moved to an angle and thats how it looked like when I took my glasses off while watching Avatar
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I guess London based Man Utd fans will now get the feel of what it's like being at a game.

:lol:

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Ye you need the glasses. Can't think how else it would work.

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Can't really see everyone rushing out to get these new 3DTV's so soon.

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they aint being pushed like that

theres 3d bluray out aswell

theyre gettin soft promotion cos this isnt like the next step or anything

jus a peripheral

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The way 3D is being supported by so many companies, it actually classifies as the "next step".

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Got a good feeling about this match for some reason. Think were gonna win.

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