3D TV is dead, replaced by 4K, says BBC controller
Techradar.com reports that 3D TV is dead, according a high-ranking BBC bod.
BBC North controller of production Mark Harrison reckons the tech is yesterday’s news, after visiting the tech extravaganza that is CES.
Writing in TV trade publication Broadcast, Harrison says “everyone has finally accepted that 3D TV is dead,” with the glasses being reserved for gaming and the cinema. So what’ll take its place? 4K, aka Ultra HD, Harrison reckons.