Comcast uses Masters to show off 3D technology

By: Korey Ketterman Email
By: Korey Ketterman Email

We've gone from the first live television broadcast in the 1930's, to the first color TV program in the 1960's, to now -- 3D TV in the 21st century!

You probably have seen or even worn the paper glasses before with one lens is blue, the other red. Experts say 3D TV still requires special glasses, but this wave of technology is even better.

And this week, Comcast has teamed up with the Masters to show it off.

"This is really the next generation of 3D technology and it's going to be very similar to what people have seen in theaters with theatrical releases such as “Avatar” or “How to Train Your Dragon”. It really brings the screen to life and it's now an experience consumers can have in their home without having to go out to the theater to experience it," says Jay Kreiling with Comcast. "I think the course down in Augusta is beautiful and I think it will give people not only an appreciation for not only the beauty of the course but also the challenge that it presents to the players."

Comcast is partnered with the Masters through Sunday providing free 3D coverage to customers who have 3D capable televisions.

The company says you can buy the TVs at any major electronics store.


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