First live 3D broadcast to rock Japanese airwaves on May 16
The Masters is just about a week away from being broadcast to you in glorious 3D, meaning American viewers with the necessary equipment (and a Comcast subscription) will get a taste of live 3D in the very near future. Japanese viewers will have to wait a little bit longer, until May 16, for the broadcast of the Asakusa Sanja Festival. One hour of the programming will be broadcast in 3D and is tentatively (and humorously) titled "3D broadcast first try!" This will cover what's said to be the climax of the festival, celebrating three men who founded the Buddhist temple in the Asakusa district with a parade, Shinto shrines, and, new this year, goofy glasses.

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First live 3D broadcast to rock Japanese airwaves on May 16