The Telegraph reports that the 2010 South Africa World Cup will be filmed in 3D later on this year. ESPN will film 25 football matches in stereo, which is sure to promote interest!\n \n[QUOTE]ESPN, one of the world's biggest sports broadcasters, will film 25 of the World Cup matches in 3D at this year's tournament in South Africa. It is the first time that a 3D broadcast will be seen in anyone's home, after years of technology experts predicting that 3D would take off. \n \nThe announcement was made as television companies prepare to unveil their latest 3D sets at this year's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The likes of Sony, LG and Samsung are all expected to announce that 3D televisions will be available for sale in the States and Britain in a matter of months, after unveiling prototypes a year ago. \n \nIt is unclear when the ESPN broadcasts will be available outside of the States, but an ESPN spokesman said it was unlikely to be available to British viewers until after the World Cup. Though British viewers are unlikely to see the games in 3D in their homes, some will be able to see them on large public venue screens thanks to a deal \n[/QUOTE]\n \nYou can read the full article [URL="http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/ces/6938626/CES-2010-World-Cup-in-3D.html"]here[/URL].