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"Vireio is turning into an amazing program, and this is only the tip of the iceberg. We are working hard to make sure you can experience the great games that have etched themselves into memory, instead of just watching them play out!" - Josh Brown, Fellow Vireio Perception developer.
Ontario, Canada (December 16, 2013) – Founded in 2007, Meant to be Seen (mtbs3D.com) is the world's leading stereoscopic 3D and VR gaming community. Among other things, it is recognized as the unofficial launchpoint of The Oculus Rift by Palmer Luckey, who has been a moderator on MTBS for several years.
Vireio Perception was originally authored by Andres Hernandez, another long time moderator who currently works for OculusVR. Vireio has since undergone a major rewrite and feature upgrade. Version 2.0 owes much of its development to volunteer coders Denis Reischl, Josh Brown and Grant Bagwell.
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"After having time to look back through all the submissions. I can honestly say I was unable to find even a single pic that I didn't like. It really says a lot about the creative power and quality that can be harnessed through the MTBS community. What I have found is if you have a good idea, you can bring it here, and everyone will chip in to make it better." - Richard Lee, Grand Prize Winner
Ontario, CANADA (February 20, 2013) – Founded in 2007, Meant to be Seen (mtbs3D.com) is the world's leading stereoscopic 3D and VR gaming community. In addition to being the consumer arm of The S-3D Gaming Alliance, it is also known as the unofficial launchpoint of The Oculus Rift by Palmer Luckey, who has been a moderator on MTBS for years.
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Toronto, Ontario, Canada (August 20, 2012) –Interactive Games Ontario 3D (iGO3D) is a government funded 3D gaming research initiative, and their latest work at Fan Expo will help determine best practices for visually immersive stereoscopic 3D gaming. Often referred to as the Canadian “Comic Con”, Fan Expo Canada™ showcases over 700 exhibitors to over 80,000 fans and sprawls over 400,000 square feet of the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Held August 23 -26, 2012, Fan Expo Canada™ is currently the third largest pop culture event in North America. Gamers are encouraged to visit iGO3D booth #1251 to participate in the competition, and qualify for great prizes. Space is limited!
Toronto, Ontario, April 25, 2012 – Stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) games and displays have been pioneered by the innovations of manufacturers, technology enablers, and game publishers. Despite their success, the concepts of quality assurance, customer satisfaction, and enticing 3D experience are largely divided and inconsistent. For media, the lack of standardized 3D quality and performance benchmarking tools are equally challenging.
"As a tech journalist who has written articles about stereoscopic 3D hardware and software, I can say from firsthand experience that it's a complex subject. I've seen credible websites post misinformation caused by a lack of understanding, and I think all journalists would benefit from a standardized and objective method of comparing these solutions," said Don Woligroski, Senior Editor & Technology Reviewer.
The S-3D Gaming Alliance (S3DGA) is forming a Press Steering Team comprised of leading media and industry representatives to jointly define the methods for testing and reviewing 3D games, 3D displays, and related 3D products in a measurable and objective way. Subjective opinions and artistic choices will remain unaffected.
Toronto, Ontario (April 10th, 2012) – Meant to be Seen (mtbs3D.com), the world's first and only stereoscopic 3D Certification and Advocacy group is celebrating its fifth year in operation.
Continuing its website re-launch, Meant to be Seen has enhanced its picture gallery and community forums with full stereoscopic 3D support. Compatible 3D options include AMD HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, Interlaced, 3D DLP, anaglyph, and more.
“It used to be that viewing images in a gallery or forum required that you download the picture first, and then view it in a separate player. MTBS’ forums and gallery let you view 3D images right away no matter what type of glasses or graphics card you are using on PC. It’s a great community tool for sharing 3D screenshots of games, personal 3D photos, and more. This will make 3D fun for everyone,” said Neil Schneider, CEO of Meant to be Seen.
Compatible with HTML5 supported browsers including Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome, this 3D compatibility is made possible by special software plug-ins written by Kirill Gavrilov, also the author of sView – one of the most well respected 3D image and video players in the market.