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ESPN in 3D: There Will Be Glasses

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Elsewhere at time.com, Sean Gregory updates yesterday’s report of the launch of 3D TV channels with a in-depth look at ESPN’s plans for its own in-your-face channel. All you’ll need is a special TV set (which could run a few thousand bucks), glasses (anything from cheap “Blues Brothers” frames to “designer” specs) and the patience to wait until some 3D content actually shows up on the channel. (ESPN says it will show at least 85 3D events in the first year.)

You tell me: will you put on a set of glasses to watch a football game?