NVIDIA Interview, $1,500 in Tetris Prizes, iZ3D Driver News

By September 11, 2008 April 4th, 2020 News

“Obviously, the MTBS3D community is incredibly knowledgeable and savvy about stereoscopic 3D. We’re looking to help raise awareness with more consumers and show them how innovative and cool it really is.” – Andrew Fear, Product Marketing Manager for NVIDIA GeForce 3D Stereoscopic Technology.

Andrew Fear joins us for a short but informative interview. This is one of those “official announcement” type things, so pay attention! You can read it HERE.

Some additional updates since yesterday:

The Personal Computer Museum and Meant to be Seen are joining forces to attempt a new world record for the most participants in a Tetris Tournament this Saturday, September 13th, 2008. We just got word that Blue Planet Software will be contributing $1,500 in prizes for the event. I hope to see you there! You can read the full press release HERE. Be sure to register for the event HERE!

The much anticipated iZ3D LLC 1.09 Beta 2 driver is out, and you can get it HERE! Lots of bug fixes, a wide range of hardware support, and more to come I’m sure. Post your findings HERE!

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  • Avatar Neil says:

    The following is an excerpt of a blog article.  Read Full Article “Obviously, the MTBS3D community is incredibly knowledgeable and savvy about stereoscopic 3D. We’re looking to help raise awareness with more consumers and show them how innovative and cool it really is.” – Andrew Fear, Product Marketing Manager for NVIDIA GeForce 3D Stereoscopic Technology.
    Andrew Fear joins us for a short but informative interview. This is one of those “official announcement” type things, so pay attention! You can read it HERE.
    Some additional updates since yesterday:
    The Personal Computer Museum and Meant to be Seen are joining forces to attempt a new world record for the most participants in a Tetris Tournament …

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