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Two audiovisual groups from the South East of Spain have started 3D broadcasts atthe University of the Region of Murcia. These are the first pilot 3D transmissions over digital-terrestrial TV in the world, those conducting the tests have claimed.


In order to be able to get these signals the testers have needed an auto-stereoscopic monitor specifically made to show the images, although a screen adapter can also be used. Also needed is a specific receiver.

This, claim those responsible, is a pioneer project in the world. Elsewhere, Telefónica is carrying out 3D tests in Brazil but in this case on the internet and not on DTT.

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