UK pubcaster the BBC is pushing 3D in a bigger way. This summer,
BBC One's ' 'Planet Dinosaur' and 'Last Night of the Proms'
will be broadcast for the first time in 3D on the BBC's HD
Channel. These two events join select coverage of Wimbledon
and the Olympics in a Summer of 3D, part of the BBC's two-year
trial experimenting with 3D production and distribution.
Dinosaur 3D, scheduled to broadcast in August 2012 and adapted
from the BBC One series, will recreate the lost world of the
dinosaurs in a stereoscopic production. 'Planet Dinosaur 3D'
will take viewers on a journey into a lost world: from the
iconic Spinosaurus, the largest predator ever to walk the
Earth, to Microraptor and the advent of flying dinosaurs in
China, this programme charts the rise and fall of the 'ultimate