Taking 3-D To TV

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Priya Ganapati, staff writer, Wired Magazine, San Francisco, Calif.

Lenny Lipton, president and chief Science Officer, Oculus3D, life fellow, Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers, Los Angeles, Calif.

Toni Myers, director, Hubble 3D, Toronto, Canada

Movie theaters are full of 3-D flicks, but now the technology is moving to television. When can viewers expect to watch the Super Bowl in 3-D on a flat screen? Ira Flatow and guests discuss the frontier of this technology, and what it might look like when it hits the market.

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