Looks like we have good news all around today!
First, Palmer Luckey of Oculus fame made the Forbes 30 under 30 list. Yay Palmer! You can do it!
Next! As you know, Meant to be Seen practices what it preaches, and we do everything we can to make our content available in 3D form on all solutions. We use a customized sView plugin to do this (by Kirill Gavrilov), and it makes it possible to view MTBS in 3D on AMD HD3D, Nvidia 3D Vision, and most remaining platforms.
We had a recent problem where a Mozilla Firefox update ruined our plugin compatibility. It’s amazing to watch these guys work because the moment they heard about the problem, they got right on it. Officially, the bug is fixed in Firefox 20, which hasn’t been released yet. To get things working, download and install the Firefox “nightly” build. The nightly builds are supposed to be experimental and are considered “alpha” software, but it works – and we haven’t had stability problems with it yet. However, it is considered experimental, and we can’t be held accountable for any unexpected problems you may have it with prior to it’s full release.
Next up is Dynamic Digital Depth. Version 3.6.14 of their TriDef Ignition stereoscopic 3D drivers feature more games including Need for Speed Most Wanted (2012), Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning, Street Fighter X Tekken, Hitman: Absolution, Far Cry 3, The Walking Dead and Deadlight. They have also “improved” the profiles for Civilization V, STALKER: Call of Pripyat, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3, Borderlands 2, Battlefield Bad Company 2, Google Earth, Gears of War and Bioshock 2. Please remember to submit your results to GameGrade3D so we have a firm idea of what has been improved upon, and what still needs work.