At 6:00 PST, let the shoosting begin! (Austin Powers reference ;=) ).
Starting tonight through Aug 28th, start playing in any of the MTBS/FearedGamers game servers found in the Member Benefits section between 6pm and 8pm Pacific Standard Time (PST).
Anytime between those times, Mif, Warface, Kninum, or Welder will drop into the server. If you?re one of the lucky registrants in the contest, type "I am a Meant To Be Seen Feared Gamer!" in the in-game chat. You will be given one entry into the contest for that day! You can have up to 7 contest entries - one per day!
On Aug 29th, we will draw a name out of a hat and the winner will receive a 17" iZ3D monitor!
By now, you have probably seen the banner ad for the 3D Biz-Ex happening this coming September 18th and 19th in San Francisco. We are very excited about this conference, and we think it is going to be a big success.
Some key speakers will include:
Lenny Lipton, CTO of RealD
Rob de Vogel, Director of Business Creation for Phillips 3D Solutions
Chris Yewdall, CEO of DDD.
There will be other speakers from Sensio, Newsight, In-Three, and more!
According to Chris Yewdall of DDD, "3D Biz-Ex is going to be the ?Internet World? of stereoscopic 3D!"
Well, with an endorsement like that, you should be there too, right? All MTBS members qualify for a 20% discount on registration. Just follow the instructions in the Member Discounts section under Member Benefits. All registrants are audited, so make sure your MTBS subscriber information is correct to qualify for the discount.
Oh! I will be speaking too! Please leave your crowbars at home. ;=)
As requested, we added an RSS feed for the MTBS BLOG section. You are going to want to subscribe because we are going to be adding Q&A segments with some of the leading names in S-3D.
Arkady Shapkin (Dragon) added his latest S-3D driver to the MTBS File Exchange download section. More news to come from Dragon. I?ll share that later this week.
I added a new blog today. I?ve been following our advocacy?s successes and challenges, and was inspired! In particular, I was struck by a parallel of an event that happen in the early 1600?s. Read the blog to learn more!
Click on MTBS BLOG at the top of the NEWS page, give it a read, and post your comments!