Meet Gary Key, Technical Marketing Manager at ASUS. In this interview, Gary gives a personal demo of their new 27" 3D Ready monitor, and follows up with their new 3D notebook computer. Very exciting stuff!
Correction: There are typos in the model numbers for the 3D monitor and 3D notebook. PG276H is the correct model number for the 27" monitor, and G51J is the correct model number for the 3D notebook. Sorry for the inconvenience! Special thanks to Anton Belev for pointing the error out.
We still have a lot more footage and pictures to show from CES 2010!
This is an interview with Wing Chung, Director of the Product Engineering Division for Optoma. Optoma was very happy to hear about our excitement for stereoscopic 3D gaming, and made this interview possible.
While we won’t spoil the surprise, you can’t help but love the price tag! Share your thoughts in our discussion forums!
This CES 2010 interview features Richard Laberge, Executive Vice President and Co-Founder of Sensio. Richard gives a primer on what Sensio does, explains how their technology is implemented in stereoscopic 3D gaming, and outlines their latest product lines and partnerships. Very interesting! Share your thoughts in our discussion forums!
We also received word from Ubisoft that it has been a tough quarter for them because, among several other reasons, Avatar: The Game did not perform as well as expected. In MTBS’ opinion, the game’s sales challenges had nothing to do with its implementation of stereoscopic 3D technology. In fact, it’s their S-3D support that earned Avatar’s highest marks among leading critics. With a "3D CES" just behind us, Ubisoft was months ahead of the curve. We are confident they will surpass their investment with their enhanced FarCry 2 game engine. With countless display manufacturers hungry for content, and fellow game developers getting wind of a great opportunity, Ubisoft’s S-3D windfall is imminent - we are sure of it.