LG has unveiled its plans for the ultimate 3D Pub Package ahead of tomorrow’s Champions League final that will see Manchester United battle it out in glorious 3D for the coveted European crown.
Having partnered with Sky to supply more than 2,000 pubs across the country with 47-inch 3D TVs, LG has today confirmed that ahead of the Champions League showdown it is to install the first LG CF3D Cinema 3D Projectors into a number of select locations, allowing 3D fans to enjoy the Wembley final in expansive extra dimension.
Having already provided more than 1 million pub-faring punters with 3D sports, the Korean tech manufacturer has confirmed it will distribute a further 100,000 pairs of its lightweight 3D specs to 3D capable pubs across the country.
“We are exceptionally excited about the rolling out of the Cinema 3D Pub Package and the addition of our 3D projectors to the pub experience. The wider viewing angles and the lightweight, comfortable glasses help create a more enjoyable, relaxed 3D viewing experience for all involved,” announced LG’s B2B Commercial Director Warren Lewis.
Venues in London and Manchester have been selected as the first to adopt LG’s new 3D cinema projectors ahead of tomorrow’s football showpiece.