Canal+ 3D (France)
|Canal+ 3D (France)|
|Launched||1998 (Canal+ 16/9) |
10 June 2010 (Canal+ 3D)
|Closed||2008 (Canal+ Hi-Tech) |
24 January 2012 (Canal+ 3D)
|Owned by||Canal+ Group|
|Picture format||1080i (3DTV)|
|Formerly called||Canal+ 16/9 (1998-2005) |
Canal+ Hi-Tech (2005-2008)
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Canal+ 3D was a French television channel belonging to the Canal+ Group. It regularly broadcast films or sporting events of Canal+ in stereoscopic 3D format.
Canal+ 16/9 changed its name to Canal+ Hi-Tech in March 2005. Through this change, the channel offered the latest technological advances in terms of image and sound, especially with high-definition programs. The channel was deleted when switching Canal+ to the 16:9 format.
Canal+ 3D was born on June 10, 2010, to broadcast some matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup in 3D.
It stopped broadcasting on January 24, 2012, but this stop was only temporary depending on the Canal+ Group's decision, which would resurrect the channel when the homes will be switched to 3D.
- Official website (in French)
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