Forget 3D football, bring on the holgraphic television!
Anyone else reckon that 3D television screens are just an expensive fad? The rocket scientists in the Bitterwallet bunker are already saving for the holographic table. If the next World Cup in four years' time is in Japan, you'll have the perfect marriage of technology and opportunity - a global sales drier for new consumer products.
That's a lot a bollocks, the avid Bitterwallet reader cries. Not at all - take a look at this research from the Graphics Lab at the University of Southern California; it's "an easily reproducible, low-cost 3D display system" that requires no glasses and is omni-directional:
Check out towards the end of the video, when we see some dude in shorts running about; no doubt there's a lot more involved in a live rendering of 22 players on a football pitch, but it's certainly on its way. Next up - jetpacks, flying cars, etc. Now take the 3D glasses off, you look like a cocksocket.