Google's Fiber TV Launches 3D ESPN Channel

For an extra $5 a month, sports fans can feel like their favorite athletes are sweating right on them

Sports fans who want to put themselves deeper into the game — and who own 3D glasses and a 3D-capable television — might want to check out Google's Fiber TV.

Fiber has launched two new 3D channels, including ESPN3D, which will deliver sports programming in three dimensions to customers.

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Google is also offering a second 3D channel to customers who subscribe to Fiber's Gigabit + TV Plan. That channel, 3net, featues "an extensive library of original 3D programming, including natural history, documentary, action/adventure, kids and family, lifestyle and cuisine, concerts, movies, scripted series," Google said on its blog Thursday.

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3net is available on Fiber channel 338, while customers can sign up for ESPN3D — for an extra $5 a month. But isn't that a small price to feel like your favorite athlete is sweating right on you?