MTBS3D HTC cancels plans HTC branded standalone Google Daydream #VR headset.
MTBS3D Intel entering discrete GPU market.
MTBS3D Jeff Miller of Humaneyes, talks about their new @VuzeCamera. Special promotional offer in video, too! #360video
MTBS3D Shane Michael Design discusses a new educational #VR experience about #marijuana at @GetImmersed. #VirtualReality
MTBS3D Our interview w/Nick Brown of @StereoDToronto on his work in @bladerunner from @GetImmersed! #3D #VR #Immersed2017
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Check out @AjayFry of @SpaceChannel at #Immersed2017 on tonight’s episode of InnerSPACE at 7:00 pm EST! #VR #AR #MR https:…
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: .@pumcypuhoy from @tomshardware got immersed with the #8K #VR headset from @pimaxofficial at #Immersed2017! #VirtualRealit
MTBS3D RT @GetImmersed: Come down to the Ontario Science Centre & experience #VirtualReality! We’re here w/our FREE public exhibit until 5:00pm! #…

MTBS Interviews Intel at Immersed 2017

Frank Soqui, General Manager of VR for Intel at Immersed 2017What a show!  We managed to nab an interview with Sam Sun from Intel during the public exhibition.  With so much attention spent on graphics cards, it's very enlightening to hear how CPUs are an equal part of the puzzle and all the extra work that went in to making modern VR functional.
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Immersed on Space Channel...Again!

It's hard to believe another Immersed has come and gone!  Space Channel's Ajay Fry dropped by to check out much of the new technology on display.  We were also able to find some time to snag some interviews during the show - we'll publish soon.

Special thanks to Intel for being a premier sponsor for Immersed 2017.  Couldn't have done it without them!
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Nick Brown, Stereographer, Stereo D
Something uniquely 3D to share today!  Nick Brown is a stereographer at Stereo D and was the Supervising Stereographer for Blade Runner 2049.  He is going to be giving a special lecture about Blade Runner 2049 at Immersed and how they meticulously converted the film from its original 2D format to magical 3D.  We were impressed with what we saw especially when you consider it was a conversion versus a native 3D camera shoot.  While we aren't normally big on 3D conversions, the work speaks for itself.  After Immersed, we'll share a review of what stood out for us and what has changed in the 3D market since we last covered stereoscopic 3D film.

His main session is on the Saturday, so you can get a single day pass for his lecture among other amazing speakers that day.
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