3D TV in every home by 2013 claimed by Ubisoft

Lofty claims by games developer pinning hopes on 3D

Three year adoption for 3D TV

3D TV is currently stuck on the fringes of mass social acceptance thwarted by high-end price tags and limited content. Games manufacturer Ubisoft, however, thinks the adoption of 3D TV is imminent as it predicts every home will play host to a 3D capable TV by 2013.

It is a bold predicition but one the company truly believes. Ubisoft’s UK marketing manager, Murray Pannel has said: "The truth is I think it is a technology that's coming we can't ignore it. It'll start slowly this year. But like HDTV I wouldn't rule out the fact that this will be installed in everyone's living room in three year's time, and for us to be in a position to have content that could really look absolutely amazing in 3D."

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Ubisoft, which has also predicted 50 per cent of all games will be played in 3D by 2012, is looking to capitalise on this expected rise in 3D technology in the home. During its Christmas preview event earlier this week, the games developer was demonstrating, amongst many other titles Shaun White Skateboarding in 3D.

Whilst the appeal and potential of 3D TV and 3D gaming is both apparent and exciting, it is still believed by some that the technology is a passing trend that, until widely available without the need for 3D receptive glasses, will fail to take off.

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