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MTBS Incentive Program Revealed!

As you all know by now, iZ3D will be releasing revolutionary stereoscopic-3D drivers that support post processing effects, Windows Vista, and both NVIDIA and AMD/ATI graphics card solutions.

The main goal behind MTBS is to encourage game developers to follow S-3D programming standards so that games will look their best when played in stereoscopic 3D. Our method of doing this is by encouraging certification via game developer forums, customer service inquiries, banner ad exchanges, and positive word of mouth.

We recognize that this is time consuming, and have devised an incentive program to award our most active members. In terms of participation level, from highest to lowest, we will be awarding the most proactive MTBS members with the following:

  • One FREE iZ3D 22" monitor as soon as it is available.
  • Two FREE iZ3D 17" monitors.
  • Six deep 40% discounts on the retail price of the iZ3D 22" monitor when available.
  • Twenty 20% discounts off the retail price of the iZ3D 22" monitor when available.

    This is just the beginning. When the program proves successful, we will be able to enhance our offering with additional benefits and sponsor additions. The more you put in, the more we will be able to give out!

    The incentive program and details can be accessed from the "Member Benefits" section. All pre-existing advocacy efforts will be tallied provided they are properly submitted.

    Good luck and have fun!
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  • The Big Announcement!

    Hello everyone!

    I?m sorry for being a bit late in posting this news, but it?s been crazy here in Paris (in a good way!).

    First, Dimension-3 Expo was a TREMENDOUS success! I?m going to have videos of the event available, and if you are interested, you will be able to download my presentation for your viewing. A lot was covered, and I hope you like it.

    NOW - the BIG announcement!

    iZ3D is releasing their own proprietary stereoscopic drivers when their 22" S-3D monitor is released.

    Here are the big benefits:

  • Supports post processing effects (HDR, Bloom, etc.).
  • Supports NVIDA and AMD/ATI Graphics Cards.
  • Supports multi-core CPUs.
  • Vista compatible for DirectX 8 and 9 games!
  • Reasonably accurate cross-hair for most games (no laser sight needed).
  • Proper Hardware Transform & Lighting Support.
  • YES! They fully support 8800 series cards!


    Limitations:

  • Proprietary to iZ3D monitor(s).
  • Supports DirectX 8 and 9 ? nothing later or earlier YET.
  • OpenGL is not supported YET.

    I?ve been using the drivers for some time, and they clearly offer a lot of S-3D benefits without the quality trade-offs. I will post more screen shots when I get home in a few days.

    I am very excited by these drivers because:

    1. They demonstrate that S-3D can be achieved without visual trade-offs.
    2. They will encourage accelerated innovation in the S-3D driver market.
    3. Top quality S-3D is now possible on both NVIDIA and ATI solutions.


    To celebrate this innovation, we are going to be announcing a new incentive program that will award MTBS S-3D advocates free monitors and very deep discounts on monitor purchases.

    MTBS is non-proprietary, and we will be maintaining our current certification standards. We will be adding an additional category for iZ3D drivers as their criteria for visual success are very different.

    Thank you for you patience!
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  • I’M OFF TO PARIS!

    I’m going to be on a plane in just a few hours for Dimension-3 expo. I’ll do my best to post on the forums while I’m gone, so hold tight!

    Just four days away from the major, major announcement. Let’s show the gaming industry what MTBS membership is all about, and continue making a difference by posting in our advocacy sections.

    Remember, MTBS members get 20% off Dimension-3 Expo admission. Maybe I’ll meet some of you in person?
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