Wired PR News.com – The NFL may one day provide football fans with a whole new kind of viewing experience, after the positive response to the first 3-D NFL game broadcast in the world that was offered in select theaters last week. As reported by the Associated Press, the screening premiered in theaters in Los Angeles, New York, and Boston, and utilize technology by 3ality Digital, which is based in California.
The showcase was stated to be a test to demonstrate the availability of 3-D digital technology of this magnitude. Those who were in attendance included journalists, owners of NFL teams, and producers.
As quoted in the AP report of NFL senior vice president of broadcasting and media operations, Howard Katz, “All this right now is an experiment… It’s a proof of concept. We just want to get an idea of what our game would look like in 3-D. Anything beyond that is just speculation.”