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Next3D to deliver 3D via the internet

Ben Drawbaugh
January 22, 2010
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Physical media and cable bills not your thing, but you're still thinking you might want to see what all the 3D fuss is about? Good news because Next3D plans to deliver 1080P 3D via the internet directly to PC, game consoles and other set-top boxes in the first quarter of this year. Sports, documentaries and movies are all a part of the plan, but apparently Next3D has its own transmission technology. We'll be interested to learn if it more like MVC that Blu-ray is using, or frame-compatible techniques like cable and satellite will bring to market first; but ultimately the proof is how it looks, which of course we have to wait to see for ourselves.

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