Sky Broadcasting are to launch 3DTV in the UK in 2010, which existing Sky+HD users will be able to view assuming they have a 3D capable TV. Many programmes are already being filed in 3D in anticipation for the move to 3DTV:\n \n[QUOTE]\n"Well over a million homes have future-proofed themselves with Sky+HD, a platform for choice, quality and future innovation," said Brian Sullivan, Managing Director of Sky's Customer Group.\n \nWith Sky+ as standard, our customers are already enjoying amazing picture and sound quality on a range of high-quality HD channels which cater to the interests and passions of the whole family. \n \nNext year we will make our HD boxes work even harder for customers by launching Europe's first 3D TV channel, as well as introducing a [COLOR=#0066cc]comprehensive video-on-demand service[/COLOR] to complement Sky+ and the current Sky Anytime service.\n \n3D is a genuinely 'seeing is believing' experience, making TV come to life as never before. Just like the launch of digital, Sky+ and HD, this is latest step in our commitment to innovating for customers."[/QUOTE]\n \nTechRadar have more information on Sky 3DTV [URL="http://www.techradar.com/news/television/sky-3dtv-will-be-launched-in-2010-621310"]here[/URL].