With the Worldwide Leader’s recent announcement of the launch of 3D television broadcasts, beginning with this summer’s World Cup, sports fans the world over were quite aroused at the prospect of donning gaudy eye-wear and duping their visual faculties into adding an extra dimension to traditional television content.
Well, not to be outdone, it appears another market player will be taking its own bite out of the inevitable 3D-TV craze on the horizon, and it’s all thanks to a man appropriately named Johnson. Lance Johnson, that is.
That’s right, Frumpsters: Porn. 3D porn, and it’s coming right at you, in your face, from the comfort of your own living room (for only about $4,000 up front, and then about twenty to thrity bones per month thereafter). Frump it here for more on this story…
Hey, did you know that “for several decades, the adult entertainment industry has driven adoption of every significant new entertainment delivery system – the VHS home-video craze in the 1980s, the satellite television mania in the 1990s and the present day internet?”
I didn’t, but Lance Johnson does. And you know why? Because Lance Johnson is a man of vision.
A man with the vision of bringing an exclusive, and virtually infinite, stream of 3D pornographic video to your home, and, by golly, he may have just pulled it off.
Johnson’s project, Bad Girls In 3D, unveiled its service over the weekend at the AVN Adult Entertainment Expo held in lovely Las Vegas, of course (Where else?).
So apparently your $4k gets you a 60″ Mitsubishi television, some of those really cool shades you see being modelled to the right, and a PC dedicated entirely to streaming Johnson’s 3D entertainment package from the net.
Sounds simple enough, I guess, assuming you get off on that kind of thing.
Now, I hardly see myself getting into 3D porn anytime soon — the few glimpses I’ve had of the HD variety have been scarring enough — but I’m not here to judge.
If services like this really get a rise out of consumers, it can only mean good things for the innovation of 3D technology as a whole, right? Right…