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Wednesday, March 10, 2010

4 for 3D

CBS Sports will show the semifinals and championship game of the NCAA men's basketball tournament in 3D.






Wow, don't these guys look excited!

Can you imagine having to go to the a movie theater to watch a final four game?
Or any other sporting event for that matter?

Not only do I not get excited about 3D, I can't see myself getting excited about going to see a game in a theater, wearing those stupid glasses, and watching the whole thing in a dark movie theater.

There is no interaction with fans, friends, and it kinda gets in the way of enjoying the whole experience. It just does not seem "special" to me.

God forbid you or someone else has to go to the bathroom or something, "ummm pardon me... oh excuse me, oh sorry, can I get by... thanks..." and miss a great shot or score! There certainly is no Tivo there either.

I just don't get it and probably never will.

1 comments:

Gimpdiggity March 10, 2010 at 10:22 PM  

I'm with you Doug.

The only way I'm ever going to watch a sporting event in a theater is if the theater is one of those one's that serves alcohol and has the extra wide aisles so that you don't have to have other people move so you can get down the aisle.

I also continue to have problems thinking that things like sports need to be broadcast in 3D.

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