ESPN will kill ESPN 3D by the end of the year. The ill-fated 3D sports channel that started as an experiment in 2010 won't be broadcast in any dimensions soon. This is huge news considering the significant investment that TV manufacturers and broadcasters have put forth in an effort to bolster the struggling tech.
The Masters is underway, and golf's elite now battle for the hallowed green jacket. If you've got 3D-capable gear, we're here to tell you how to make Augusta pop—and why golf (!) might be the thing that finally justifies that hardware.
Just in time to make a single man's day (or ruin an attached man's partner's romantic celebrations), ESPN's 3D channel will be broadcasting more 3D sports than ever before. [TG Daily]
Sports helped get HDTV into the mainstream. Fact. It was thought sports would do the same with 3D. Who wouldn't want to see career-ending helmet-to-helmet hits in the third dimension? A lot of people, actually. ESPN 3D is a flop.