A new splash of fun in our downloads section. Dragon, a member of iZ3D’s programming team, wrote a nifty utility called the "iZ3D Stereo Wallpaper Creator", and it lets you turn your XP or Vista desktop into a stereoscopic 3D masterpiece! Just run the utility, load your favorite stereoscopic .JPS or .JPG side by side image, and through the special tray icon, go into STEREO mode.
EDIT: The utility was temporarily removed because an important bug was discovered. A new version may be out as early as Monday. Sorry for the inconvenience, but now you have something to look forward to!
I’m very proud to report that our Unreal Tournament 3 (UT3) game review was acknowledged by Planet Unreal at GameSpy! I think this reconfirms our position that stereoscopic 3D technology continues to blow gaming thrill out of the water and is earning more widespread importance and attention. I am looking forward to getting a lot more of these reviews done, and if members are interested in lending a hand, please contact us. We have been getting review samples from Ubisoft, Turbine Games, and Epic Games just to name a few.
If you have a good command of the English language and can review titles on either iZ3D or modern NVIDIA stereo drivers, please email us at "info AT mtbs3d.com".
As usual, Silversurfer proves to have a sharp set of S-3D eyes by spotting this story! Even Hyundai is getting into the 3D game with a new 46" stereoscopic 3D TV. Priced at about $4,850 US, the LCD brings 2X HDMI and 3X composite inputs. This is a Japan only technology for now.
According to the release, it works with 2D and 3D broadcasts and is a polarized solution. I am guessing it is interlaced - but that is just a guess. According to the supplied link, "TV dawn of a new era and can be called ’the corresponding 3-D TV broadcast’ The first nuclear reactor!"
I suspect this was a mistranslation on Google’s part. What they meant to say was "thermonuclear". Their translation is getting better, though.