Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Canonization Of Pope John Paul II And Pope John In 3D



One Week After Easter, Historical Canonization Of Two Popes Broadcast Worldwide

On April 27, 2014, the whole world will meet virtually in Rome, in St. Peter's Square, by live TV and theater broadcasts in 3D to watch the sanctification the most beloved popes of the twentieth century into sainthood.

The canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II will be presided over by Pope Francis. A great unprecedented event, broadcast by the Vatican for the first time in 3D, and broadcast not only on television but also in movie theaters around the world, thanks to the production signed by the Vatican Television Center, in partnership with Sky TV in Britain. 

The technology in three dimensions provide the feeling of being present in St. Peter's Square. A large international production, the latest generation of 13 3D cameras with with unique camera positions will offer a totally immersive view of the historic ceremony. The whole world will be able to live this extraordinary Liturgy as ever did before, not only on television but also in cinemas around the world. 

John XXII, Pope John Paul II with Pope Benedict XVI and current Pope Francesco,  four pontiffs spiritually united in St. Peter's Square, an unprecedented event in the history of the Church, said the Vatican.

(Video Preview In 3D - watch with red/blue or red/green glasses and other 3D viewing modes on YouTube)

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