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For Christmas, the British will see the Queen in 3D

For the first time in the history of the United Kingdom, the traditional Christmas speech of Queen Elizabeth II will be released in 3D. The opportunity for "The Queen" to try his mount, made in crystal.

 Britain’s Queen Elizabeth with producer John McAndrew and director John Bennett (R) at Buckingham Palace in central London in a photo released December 24, 2012. The Christmas message to the Commonwealth is to be broadcast in 3D for the first time. REUTERS (BRITAIN – Tags: ROYALS ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA POLITICS)
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Like all December 24, 15 hours, Queen Elizabeth II will deliver her Christmas speech to reach the greatest number. 55 years after the release of her first televised message, her majesty has decided to innovate, through the era of 3D. It's more lifelike it will appear this afternoon at Buckingham Palace.

According to one of its spokesmen, there was "no need to convince." "We wanted to do something a little different and special for this jubilee year, so do it for the first time in 3D seemed like a smart use of technology and a good thing to do," echoed The Guardian.

Her Majesty was able to get a clear idea of viewing 3D rendering with her own glasses final assembly of her message filmed on December 7. The frame is decorated with crystal, forming branches on each of the letter "Q".

During her speech, the queen will return to the Olympic and Paralympic Games, which were held this summer in London. For viewers without TV compatible intervention course will broadcast in high definition, standard resolution and on the radio.
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