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This week, the Maximum PC editors discuss Blizzard's RealID debacle, as well as YouTube's new 4K resolution mode, and whether or not competitive eating should be considered a sport.
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The NFL has long been a goliath in American entertainment, and tonight they’ll join forces with 3ality Digital and RealID to bring viewers the Chargers and the Raiders in full digital 3D.
The first ever 3D broadcast has been made available to audiences in three US cities, Boston, Hollywood and New York City (sorry, Raiders fans). The contest between the two teams will be transmitted to RealID 3D-enabled theaters that incorporate almost pixel-perfect quality. Supposedly, those watching the 3D enabled games will have the feeling that they’re actually on the field with the players.
There’s no doubt that those watching the game from home tonight will see excerpts after commercial breaks of what the theaters look like, but it might be some time before this technology makes its way to the masses. Sadly, you’ll probably have to wait a few more years before you can tackle TO’s hologram.