By now, pub goers who like to spend the weekend afternoons drinking and watching the game of the week have been experiencing the 3D effect and it is nothing to do with the drink.
The football matches are being shown in pubs as part of BSkyB’s build up to the launch of the UK’s first 3D TV channel.
It seems that although the role of 3D TV will start in the pubs of the UK, it will have to be further refined before the domestic broadcast can take place.
This is expected to take place towards the end of the year.
There are issues with the 3D TV pub experience, such as the size of the screen.
Currently pubs make do with a 42 inch LG 3D TV, but in large room this has to be scaled up and an unlimited supply of 3D glasses is needed, as many pairs are damaged or stolen.