The NCAA Final Four is entering the third dimension.
The games will be broadcast nationwide by CBS, but the company has also hired an outside firm to capture the game in 3-D and send it to 50 theaters across the country.
Five special 3-D cameras, separate from the television broadcast, will bring you the dunks, the passes, and chair kicking coaches up close and personal.
Tickets are on sale now, and will run you $25.
Last week 3-D was introduced to the hockey world as the New York Rangers took on the Islanders in the first ever NHL game televised in 3-D.