3DTV will remain a “novelty” despite major investment by broadcasters and electronics manufacturers, analysts have said, as the BBC prepares to broadcast the Wimbledon finals in three dimensions.

By 2016 almost 11 million households will have a 3DTV, according to the forecast, but less than half will actually watch 3D programming. In contrast, of the 125,000 “early adopter” households that bought a 3DTV last year, almost 90 per cent are “active” 3D viewers. Telegraph

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