E3 is here and this year we are going to be getting a 3D broadcast of news and updates from the E3 2011 conference in stereoscopic 3D format on YouTube for 3D Vision users thanks to GamerLive.TV. E3 Expo (June 7-9, 2011, Los Angeles Convention Center) is the premier annual trade show for the computer and video games industry, used by many game and hardware developers to showcase new titles and game-related gear.
GamerLive.TV is expected to issue more than 50 high-quality 3D videos (there are already a few available) of the latest E3 news, including game launches, booth demos, 3D game captures, celebrity interviews, Expo events, and VIP parties. It should also post exclusive interviews with game developers, including representatives from Activision, Capcom, Disney, Electronic Arts, Sega, THQ, and Ubisoft.
If you want to watch the YouTube 3D video coverage with 3D Vision you will need to have a 3D Vision-equipped PC or notebook, the latest GeForce drivers (version 275 or above), as well as Firefox version 4, which includes support for HTML5 video streaming. And of course you will be able to watch the 3D videos on YouTube with all other traditional formats we have for a while, and not only with the recently introduced HTML5 and 3D Vision support.
P.S. Unfortunately Microsoft did not confirm the rumors that the Xbox 360 will get official stereoscopic 3D support via a firmware update, so no announcement about official S3D support yet… the Microsoft E3 keynote was all about Kinect.