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iZ3D Discontinues Operations Marking the End of the iZ3D Driver

August 1st, 2012 · 2 Comments · General 3D News

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We already knew this was coming after the unsuccessful attempt with the open source project for the iZ3D driver and apparently the company could not find new funding to continue operating and supporting their 3D software solution. Without a doubt iZ3D has done a lot for the stereoscopic 3D gaming community, so it is sad to see them disappear as the solutions for playing games are getting less, thank god that somebody does not have a monopoly on that market.

iZ3D, Inc. Discontinues Operations
Over the last year iZ3D reorganized the company to better respond to changing 3D market conditions and to promote joined marketing with 3rd party 3D hardware providers.
However, despite diligent efforts to join forces with other 3D companies and despite initiating an Open Source project, iZ3D was unable to secure new relationships and new funding. Regretfully, because of lacking funds, iZ3D is no longer able to meet financial obligations. Therefore these financial realities force iZ3D, Inc to discontinue its operations on July 31, 2012.

Many thanks to our customers and partners for the support extended in the past.

The iZ3D website is still online, however you cannot buy anymore a license for the iZ3D driver, you can only download the trial version and use the anaglyph 3D output for free or 30 days trial for any of the other output modes. The iZ3D forums are also available at the moment, but since the company already sized operations nobody from iZ3D will be moderating and monitoring them anymore. Also all forms of support and customer service are no longer available.

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Big Ern // Aug 1, 2012 at 22:59

    And what of existing licenses? Will they still work?

  • 2 Bloody // Aug 1, 2012 at 23:26

    No official information about that, but I suppose that they should continue to work…

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