Now how is THIS for a stereoscopic 3D picture?!? Can you spot who is real, and who is a cardboard cutout? There are some things in life that just HAVE to be shot in 3D.
Today, we have another neat interview. Dr. Andrew Hogue is Assistant Professor at the University of Ontario Institute of Technology’s (UOIT) game development program, and he gives us a fun rundown of what the heck iGO3D was doing at Fan Expo. Andrew details the study, what iGO3D is trying to learn, where things are at, and where things could go with respect to stereoscopic 3D gaming and what can potentially be learned. This is a MUST WATCH 3D interview, so be sure to share your feedback.