It is confirmed that Her Majesty will deliver her Christmas message this year in 3D. This is considered a significant event and another first for the Royal family. This is the first time that The Queen will use such technological advancement to address the people this holiday season.
It can be remembered that Prince William did not allow 3D cameras on his wedding at Westminster Abbey.
BskyB recorded her speech in 3D format on Friday at Buckingham Palace. The target audience, which is expected to be relatively small, will need 3D glasses, 3D TV, and 3D box in order to watch the message in the filmed format.
The Queen is no stranger in using new technology. In fact, her 2007 Christmas message was made available through YouTube, and her Twitter account was launched in 2009.
The Christmas message is expected to focus on the London 2012 Olympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee. It is thought the Queen will not talk about Kate Middleton’s pregnancy.
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