MTBS3D There is only one Immersed @GetImmersed, & it's happening October 16-18, 2016 at @OntScienceCtr! #Immersed2016 #VR
MTBS3D .@Vireio Perception 4.0 Alpha 3 is out! Download it here! #VireioPerception #VR #VirtualReality
MTBS3D RT @vrfix: Ace interview with Ryan Jackson about dome VR projecting challenges with Neil Schneider from @MTBS3D
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: #Immersed2016 is talked about on new episode of Neil's Messy Basement! #VirtualReality #VR #AR #immersivetech https://t.c…
MTBS3D New episode of Neil's Messy Basement is online! #VirtualReality #VR #AR
MTBS3D RT @cinematicVR: Huge Virtual Reality and 3D conference coming to Toronto in October. @official_ita3d
MTBS3D RT @FMX_Conference: New speakers at #immersed2016- are you going to attend as well?
MTBS3D RT @rosmith11: Huge Virtual Reality, #3D conference coming to Toronto in October @GetImmersed @OntScienceCtr @AMD
MTBS3D RT @vijayravindran: Excited to participate in this great venue in Toronto and talk about our work in #VR!
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: It's not just for developers, consumers are important, too! #Immersed2016 #VR #AR #VirtualReality
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: .@AMD Delivering Immersed Keynote, VR/AR Showcase Reaching Thousands. #Immersed2016 #VR #AR #VirtualReality
MTBS3D Daryl Sartain Director & Worldwide Head of Virtual Reality & Displays at @AMD will be giving @GetImmersed keynote!
MTBS3D .@ImmersionArcade & @CtrlVCanada in the Basement talking #VR arcades! Both will be at @GetImmersed! #Immersed2016

MTBS Reviews the ASRock Vision 3D HTPC!

ASRock Vision 3D HTPC

For those that didn't hear the news, MTBS has started to do hardware reviews!  This week, Andres Hernandez has reviewed the ASRock Vision 3D HTPC.
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New Revelations about HDMI 1.4a in 3D

While the HDMI 1.4a spec is supposed to support this, current 3D HDTVs and HDMI 1.4 connectors are limited to 1280X720P 60 FPS per eye performance in stereoscopic 3D gaming.  HDMI can go as high as 1080P at 24 FPS per eye, but this is intended for 3D Blu-Ray, and it's not a realistic option for gamers.  The HDMI 1.4a spec should be able to do much more, but the available port chips don't have the processing power to accomplish this.

Silicon Image

That's about to change (special thanks to Fredz for spotting this release)!  Among other things, Silicon Image specializes in creating HDMI port chips, and they are getting set to release a version that can support 1080P in 3D at a full 60 frames per second per eye.

Left to right: Gabriele Collier, Charlene Wan, Steve Venuti from HDMI Licensing

However, the next big question is this: do the HDMI ports have to be updated on the content devices (i.e. Blu-Ray, console, PC, etc.), the 3D displays, or both?  We caught up with Steve Venutti, President of HDMI LLC for the answer...
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DDD Updates Website (Seriously!)

DDD Refresh

It just occurred to us that DDD might be taking a marketing cue from Sony ("Make.Believe")!  As long as we can remember, DDD's website has maintained a somewhat humdrum look no matter which partners they took on or what products they released.
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