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November 6, 2009

Virgin Media to demo 3DTV in new store

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by David Allen

Virgin Media will today be opening a new store in Oxford St, London, nothing surprising about that, but what is interesting is the fact that the cable broadcaster will be using this new store to demonstrate 3D TV.

For the first time the consumer will be able to see the latest 3D TV technology being demonstrated in a retail environment.

Naturally, visitors to the stores will need to put on a pair of those fancy polarised glasses in order to the 3D images, but this is the perfect way to gauge the consumers reaction to what 3D TV has to offer.

The demonstration will begin today and will go on into the new year, so there is plenty time for consumers to get down to Oxford St and see exactly what Virgin Media 3D TV would have to offer, if the broadcaster decided to launch a 3D TV channel.

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