On Thursday March 7th, Google has brought to the Fiber TV customers two 3D channels, which is a first for their service. These two new 3D channels are ESPN3D and 3net. The 3net channel has been introduced and discussed on our site near its release date and we anticipated it with great excitement and so far, it has delivered. To summarize its content, it is a channel specifically made to enjoy 3D video. That is, nature documentaries, cooking shows, music shows which were all made with 3D imagery in mind. So this is not just the simple 2D to 3D conversion, but more of a 3D specialization which can be rarely found somewhere else on television.
The 3net channel is free with the Fiber TV service, however ESPN3D will not be. This is a common theme with ESPN (sports channel for those who are not familiar) in general, where money will have to be taken out to enjoy it, which is currently priced at $5 per month.
Of course, in order to enjoy these channels you will require a 3D TV and 3D glasses. Google promises that they will deliver constant quality and premium content to its customers and they believe that the introduction of these 3D channels is part of it. Go here to check out the official Google blog post.