Who’s Celebrating in 3-D

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While the upcoming 50th anniversary celebration of Doctor Who may or may not reunite all the living Doctors, we will get to see it in 3-D.

The BBC confirmed earlier this week that the special will air in 3-D later this year.  Here’s details from the press release:

Ben Stephenson, the BBC’s Controller of Drama Commissioning, has revealed some exciting news about plans to mark Doctor Who’s half-century. Earlier today he announced, ‘As part of the BBC’s blockbuster celebrations to mark the Doctor turning 50, fans will be able to see the Time Lord and his adventures like never before – in 3D!’

To be broadcast using some of the BBC’s HD capacity, Steven Moffat, lead writer and executive producer, said: ‘It’s about time. Technology has finally caught up with Doctor Who and your television is now bigger on the inside. A whole new dimension of adventure for the Doctor to explore.’

Comments

  1. 3D is still crap. I don’t care what anyone says, I still only see a blurry mess of two clearly overlapping pictures, and that’s with the glasses. I am able to see it properly if I stare at the screen for about an hour, and concentrate really hard, but even then it’s like I’m staring at a dream or something. I just can’t concentrate on a specific object in the picture in 3D, it has to be the whole picture or nothing, and thus it’s really annoying.

    I would be so happy if people would stop it with this 3D thing, but that’ll never happen. At least Non-3D TV’s are cheaper now.

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