Sony Preps for World Cup 3D

Dickson, Glen
March 2010
Multichannel News;3/22/2010, Vol. 31 Issue 12, p22
The article reports on the preparation of Sony Corp. to provide its HDC-P1 unit and HDC-1500 cameras in the 2010 World Cup through the creation of a 3D film of the events in South Africa. It says that 3D-capable mobile trucks will be used by Host Broadcast Services AG (HBS) in producing the 3D games and that it will be broadcasted in the 3D network of ESPN. It mentions that camera positioning and functionality of its zoom lenses are critical considerations in capturing every angle of the event.


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