The FIFA World Cup 2010 created a boom for the 3D technology and 3D TV sets in the global market. Many electronic companies like Sony and Samsung came with new technology which created a great demand in the market.
Within two years prices of 3D TV sets will decrease and will become a common electronic device. Many of the reports from the electronic market shows that consumers were adopting 3D than of previous new technologies.
3D TVs are on sale which can convert two-dimensional signals into 3D in real time, meaning that consumers can already start to enjoy images leaping out of the screen, even with little original 3D content yet available.
"3D TVs are still at the early-adopter phase at the moment, but the way they have been buying and continue to buy leaves us extremely confident about 3D sales," said a spokesman for DSG, Europe's second-biggest electronics retailer.
"3D TV sales rose 50 percent year on year in the run-up to the soccer World Cup in South Africa, with 3D creating a lot of buzz," he added.
The technology is not yet perfect but could soon eliminate the need for equipment that studios use to upgrade 2D to 3D which many analysts consider potential choice investments.