The last time the world gathered itself together for the FIFA World Cup, the second biggest tournament on the global sporting calendar after the Olympics, all the talk was of 3D.
The last time the world gathered itself together for the FIFA World Cup, all the talk was of 3D. This time round it’s likely that there won’t be a single frame captured in the format.
Just two years ago, people started talking about the iPad and labelling it as “totally disruptive,” which just means that it will change everything. Today, it both has and it hasn’t.
One of the standout topics for this year’s IBC has nothing to do with broadcast technology on the face of it, but everything to do with measuring audience responses in the newly connected world.
At IBC2012, no less a 3D proponent than James Cameron warned against a forthcoming battle between 3D and Ultra HD.
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