ESPN to Test Broadcasting Football Games Live in 3D in September

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According to the Associated Press, ESPN will be using seven 3D cameras developed by Vince Pace and James Cameron to broadcast the September 12 game between USC and Ohio State in 3D. While the game will be simulcast on ESPN/ESPNHD, the 3D version will be beamed to three theaters located in Los Angeles, Dallas and Columbus with free tickets to be distributed via the local ESPN radio affiliate.

This is the third 3D broadcast of a football game in the US, but the first for ESPN.

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