I've written about Ultra-D from Stream TV Networks previously, most notably here, and it keeps getting closer. There have some very notable deals that have been set up, but at the moment they're off-the-record. But one announcement did become official. It's small in comparison, though speaks volumes about how the technology is here, and that it's as impressive as I've been writing.
The British TV service, BSkyB has created a production with Sir David Attenborough, experts at the British Natural History Museum and the makers of the film, Gravity, for broadcast on Sky's 3D channel New Year's Day called "Richard Attenborough's Natural History Museum Alive 3D." The movie itself (which brings extinct animals alive) was made with glasses-3D, but a trailer to promote the film was made using Stream TV’s Ultra-D 2160p displays, which will run in glassless 3D TV monitors in the Central Hall of museum.
(A big gala was held at the museum last Wednesday. Here's Sir David Attenborough trying to get rid of a groupie, the Duchess of Cambridge, who was attending in her first official act as Patron of the Museum. One of the perqs about being married to the future King of England, who also tagged along.)