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MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Dr. Ofer Shai is the Director of Omnia AI at @DeloitteCanada. He talked about the misconceptions about #ArtificialIntellig
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MTBS' Forums Now in 3D!

Gallery SourceOver the past few weeks, Meant to be Seen has gone through some major upgrades. First, we transferred MTBS to a new server and upgraded all our software to the latest versions. In celebration of our fifth birthday, we did an overhaul of the site’s look and launched MTBS’ Birthday Bonanza Contest. Most recently, we upgraded MTBS’ Gallery so you can view its images in stereoscopic 3D with modern solutions like AMD HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, Interlaced, Anaglyph, and more.

Since the beginning, our forums have been an important catalyst for helping grow the 3D gaming community. Unfortunately, as enthusiastic as our members are about 3D, the discussions were always limited to 2D expression…until now.  It’s time for another industry first!  Thanks to more creative work by Kirill Gavrilov, and some website debugging by Andres Hernandez, MTBS’ forums now offer stereoscopic 3D support!

While reading the forums, you will need sView installed for 3D image viewing. This plug-in works with Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Google Chrome. This functionality doesn’t work with Internet Explorer yet.

There are some minor tradeoffs with this implementation. First, 3D Vision and HD3D users will need to view S-3D pictures in full screen mode. They are welcome to contact us if there is a workaround to this hardware limitation. In the meantime, this update is still a lot more convenient than downloading images in advance of viewing.

The other tradeoff is while the thumbnail BBCode functions will work on external websites wishing to link to our gallery, the stereoscopic BBCode option will not. There is an HTML5 security feature preventing multiple domains from accessing the same content source, and we don’t have a way around it. In other words, the inline stereo viewing options are unique to MTBS’ 3D forums.

Seeing is believing, and complete instructions are available as a forum sticky.  Please report any bugs and ideas in the MTBS Gallery forum.  Remember, you saw it here FIRST!