This is a follow up to my last post on watching games in 3D. My main concern (because apparently I'm something of a technical snob, since no one else I went with considered it an issue), was that I perceived a lack of definition for a theater presentation.
Apparently, Brazil is already working on technology to broadcast the 2014 World Cup games they will be hosting. These broadcasts around the world will be seen in theaters and will boast 4K projection quality. My only complaint with a blown up 3D HD image has been addressed. Here's a looksie I found on Vimeo. They are calling it 'project 2014k' and here's their link.
Check out their video:
From the official government website:
"FINEP, the Brazilian Research and Projects Financing Agency, affiliated to the Ministry of Science and Technology, will be at the World Cup in South Africa taking along a team of Brazilian innovators to show the technological and creative potential of the country. Between June 15th and July 11th, in Johannesburg, FINEP will exhibit 12 projects in Casa Brasil with cutting-edge technology developed by the Brazilian Innovation Squad with the agency's financial support.
The program motto is "How to dazzle the world in 2014" and it aims at showing Brazilian creative innovation sources such as projects that are unique and exist only in the country as well as novel initiatives common to other countries where Brazil is on par or leading the way."
There's also a longer youtube version. How's your Portuguese?