Sky will unleash 3D TV content in the UK in October as it finally rolls out the first 3D channel in Europe one which will combine movies and sporting events.
Households that will have 3D Ready TV and Sky+HD set top box will be able to receive the channel although Sky has yet to confirm how much it will cost. Customers on the highest paying package with the HD pack will get it for free though.
Still, the promised line-up appears to be quite interesting with Bolt and Monster vs Aliens, being followed by Alice in Wonderland, Harry Potter & The Half Blood Prince and Ice Age - Dawn of the Dinosaurs.
Sport addicts will also be served with Premier League matches and Golfing events; there will be more entertainment content coming which Sky will unveil as the launch nears.
Sales of 3D Televisions are starting to pick up mostly because of falling prices and the fact that many manufacturers like Sony or Panasonic are adding 3D technology to their TV sets by default, as an additional enticing feature.
However, some like Riddhi Patel of iSuppli, are rather skeptical regarding the performance of the 3D market in 2010.