Some news to share. First, iZ3D put out a press release officially announcing support for AMD CrossFireX (dual core GPUs, and cooperative multi-GPU support), XP and Vista 32/64 bit operating systems, OpenGL Quad Buffer Support for professional applications, and new anaglyph and dual projector features.
Vadim Asadov (BlackQ) is making another appearance on MTBS to talk about their future driver development and answer member questions HERE. Have fun!
Credit goes to Chrisdfw and Micronaut for bringing these stories to our attention:
Engadget reports that Philips is expected to be releasing a 52" 1080p auto-stereoscopic 3D television in Q4 2008, and VMJ has the largest auto-stereoscopic LCD panel around at a whopping 65 inches. If you want this baby, you’re looking at an estimated $30,000+ US, but don’t worry! I’m sure the prices will come down. ;=)
iZ3D also has a full release driver out today, and you can get it here FIRST! The updated version includes bug fixes and more auto-convergence improvements. iZ3D’s CTO, Vadim Asadov (BlackQ), will be making a special appearance next week to talk about some new developments with iZ3D’s future and their driver programming schedule.
More exciting interviews and game reviews to come shortly.