Sky to air first 3D cricket game

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Sky has revealed plans to broadcast its first 3D cricket game for England's NatWest Series One-Day international (ODI) against Bangladesh next month.

On July 8, the entire match will be broadcast live on Sky 3D to around 1,000 pubs throughout the UK and Ireland.

In an interview with Sky Sports News, England bowler James Anderson said that it is "fantastic" to see broadcast technology such as 3D coming into cricket.

"It should be great for fans everywhere because it will give people a better angle on what international cricket is like out there in the middle," he said.

"High definition was a brilliant development and 3D is even more mind-blowing! There won't be anywhere to hide on the pitch and it will be cool to get an idea of what batsmen see when I run into the wicket."
 

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waste of technology
 
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