I know it?s been awhile since my last blog and news bit, so I hope today makes up for it.
First, Veritus et Visus, a leading publishing company focused on industry level newsletters about the display industry paid me the greatest compliment one could ask for. They published one of my blogs in the current issue of 3rd Dimension!
You can read it for free here, and you are encouraged to buy their publication for the latest news in the stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) industry.
Second, we have a special interview with Mr. David Seigle, the President and CEO of In-Three Inc. In-Three is the leader in 2D to 3D movie conversion, and he gives us the inside scoop on what their company does and how they do it. He is going to be speaking at 3D Biz-Ex next week, and you can read his interview in the MTBS BLOG section.
I?m going to be speaking at 3D Biz-Ex as well, and I?m looking forward to some face to face meetings with some of the movers and shakers in the industry. Remember, all MTBS members qualify for a 20% discount on registration, and you can learn more in the Member Discounts category of the Member Benefits section.
?The Source engine does not officially support Stereoscopic 3D. However, it appears that many users have been able to get it working. As you have already mentioned, it looks like Meant to Be Seen is going to be the best resource for that.?
I don?t want to misrepresent the meaning of this paragraph, but I think it is a very good indicator that through our efforts, we are earning a measurable recognition from the game developers, and our credibility is very much there.
I have written a special blog about this today, and I am hopeful you will all read it before continuing your advocacy efforts.
Did you know that we hit our six month anniversary?
To celebrate, we have more up close and personal interviews on the way, AND August proved to be a very successful month for us.
Our previous peak was just over four thousand unique visitors a month, and we have now broken the 5,300 unique visitors a month mark! Our site was down for a day for maintenance, so we would have done even better. Our forums have taken on a life of their own too, and some big names are really taking notice.
Please keep up the good work because our industry leverage is really helping to push things forward.