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MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: We’re moving to Silicon Valley! @IfcSummit November 5 & 6, 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA. Call…
MTBS3D Julien Le Corre, Lead Developer at @InnerspaceVR , talked about their latest #VR escape room title The Corsair's Cu… https://t.co/uuOT6SG0NA
MTBS3D As fun as Arizona Sunshine is in traditional #VR, @Vertigo_Games took it up a notch by transforming it into a locat… https://t.co/YkGpv2wLMM
MTBS3D .@OfficialGDC would not be complete without visiting SVVR's annual #VR Mixer! In today's interview, we catch up wi… https://t.co/hibivrbYdq
MTBS3D Spencer Jackson, Software Engineer at @NordicTrack, talks about their latest iFit #VR Bike paired with an #HTCVivehttps://t.co/5b2uD9Hoa9
MTBS3D William Provancher is the CEO of @TacticalHaptics. He demonstrated their latest haptics controllers for us in this… https://t.co/Ir1Cog8bRI
MTBS3D Gaspar Ferreiro is the CEO of Project Ghost Studios. In this interview, he talks about their new Project Ghost dem… https://t.co/T2xz1VdtGI
MTBS3D .@EpicGames had loads of news to share at @OfficialGDC. Marc Petit is the General Manager of #Epic's @UnrealEnginehttps://t.co/CnqpGAB2f4
MTBS3D Chris Hook, Graphics & Visual Technologies Marketing Chief for @intel spoke to us during @OfficialGDC. We talked ab… https://t.co/ji6AKJpfwM
MTBS3D We interviewed @networknextinc at #GDC2019. They are in the business of ensuring the best connectivity and lowest l… https://t.co/87b06uMAm7
MTBS3D .@reality_clash is a developing #AugmentedReality combat game. We got to interview Tony Pearce, the CCO and Co-Fou… https://t.co/24P5kLz0Ef
MTBS3D Robots explode at #GDC2019 with @FuturLab. They have a new title for #PSVR called Mini Mech Mayhem. #GDC19https://t.co/JiIuJgGZ64
MTBS3D .@zerolatencyVR has a number of #VR out-of-home entertainment centers around the world, and we got to catch up with… https://t.co/NZJBVyRUWz
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Dr. Ofer Shai is the Director of Omnia AI at @DeloitteCanada. He talked about the misconceptions about #ArtificialIntellig
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: The use of #futurecomputing in #healthcare was one of the prominent tracks at #Immersed2018, and we got to see some really…
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Ricardo Wagner, Director of Product Marketing for #Office365 at @microsoftcanada, talked about their efforts to make moder…
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Pascal Langlois, Founder of Collective Intent, talks about the potential of using motion capture technologies to re-enable…

How MTBS is Meant to be Seen!

A few days ago, we received word of a 3D gallery service that offers a plug-in for adding 3D support to Wordpress websites. This means you can have inline images in articles right away, and not have to download pictures in advance before viewing in 3D. While this is very cool, it's a crying shame that it's limited to just Nvidia 3D Vision glasses and an impractical side by side format. There are all kinds of 3D displays on the market that need equal 3D support, so we decided to develop something that is more diversified.
 
 
Thanks to Kirill Gavrilov and sView, MTBS has a new plug-in that lets us include 3D images inline with article text, and we equally support AMD HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, interlaced, side by side, and more. Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera are all well supported. Internet Explorer and mobile users have fewer options, but images should still work in anaglyph, interlaced, and 2D modes in most cases. Nvidia 3D Vision and AMD HD3D users will need to toggle full screen viewing to see the 3D images properly, but it's a minor inconvenience until better coding is available.
 
 
To exemplify what articles and 3D content will look like on MTBS, we updated our review of Battlefield 3 with immediately viewable stereoscopic 3D images. Yes, a new S-3D game review will be out very shortly as well.  Finally, if you didn't yet know, our discussion forums and image gallery are also 100% stereoscopic 3D compliant.

A few days ago, we received word of a 3D gallery service that offers a plug-in for adding 3D support to Wordpress websites.  This means you can have inline images in articles right away, and not have to download pictures in advance before viewing in 3D.  While this is very cool, it's a crying shame that it's limited to just Nvidia 3D Vision glasses and a side by side format.  There are all kinds of 3D displays on the market that need equal 3D support, so we decided to develop something more progressive.

 

Thanks to Kirill Gavrilov, MTBS has a new plug-in that lets us include 3D images inline with text, and we equally support AMD HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, interlaced, side by side, and more.  Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Opera are all well supported.  Internet Explorer and mobile users have fewer options, but images should still work in anaglyph, interlaced, and 2D modes in most cases.  Nvidia 3D Vision and AMD HD3D users will need to activate full screen viewing to see the 3D images properly, but it's a minor inconvenience.

 

To exemplify what future game reviews and 3D content will look like on MTBS, we updated our review of Battlefield 3 with immediately viewable stereoscopic 3D images.  Yes, a new S-3D game review will be out very shortly as well.

 

Finally, just a friendly reminder that our discussion forums and image gallery are also 100% stereoscopic 3D compliant.