Sky has kept pushing the 3D broadcasts to the home envelope and one of the benefits of its extensive testing programs should be 3D soccer broadcasts coming home around the middle of next year. The best news of all is instead of the anaglyph technology seen so far, this should be compatible with the 3D HDTVs on the way from Sony, Panasonic and others capable of delivering high quality imagery to viewers polarized glasses. Just like earlier tests this can all come home through standard boxes and satellite dishes, the only question is whether subscribers will be in a hurry to purchase the necessary display hardware --pending price announcements, we still think sports action is the best bet for 3D to gain a foothold at home.

[Thanks, pankomputerek]