Are you ready to be glued to the edge of your seat as you watch the fast paced game of golf in 3D? Okay maybe that’s a stretch, but Comcast has just switched on their new 3D channel (within the last 24 hours) and it’s ready to take on the Masters Tournament.
The events 3D programming begins later today and you’ll need a 3D compatible TV and glasses to go along with that television.
Engadget captured the screenshot shown above from someone in Chicago, however the programming is already being offered in San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, Denver, Twin Cities, Philadelphia, Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Miami, and Indianapolis.
If TV programming shows the ball as it flies towards the camera it may be worth a closer watch, but I really don’t want to see Tiger Woods up close and personal, that’s happened with enough people already. Also, why is there only 2 hours of programming, that’s basically just a Comcast tease. [Engadget]