As you probably already know this blog is not your typical news website and the content published here is much more than just news, so just a small part of all 3D-related news finds their rightful place here. However some people need and want to be always updated with all the latest 3D news and the Stereoscopic 3D News website was launched exactly for them. So if you still haven’t visited it then you should check it out, it is still less than a month old, but it is doing quite well and you can also help by contributing the latest 3D news that are still not available there as well as rate the ones already there in order to separate the most interesting ones for easier access than all the rest. You just need to make a quick and simple registration in order to be able to submit stories and vote for the ones shared by other people and don’t forget that the idea behind the website is to be a community where everyone shares information with everyone else. You are also welcome to suggest anything you find that is missing or can be further improved, although you’ll notice that I’ve tried to keep it quite straightforward and easy to use, focusing on the content…
September 30th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Other S3D Tech
September 4th, 2010 · 7 Comments · General 3D News
Ok, actually I’m going for a bit of vacation and thus the blog will also be in this kind of vacation mode for the next about two weeks, meaning that there will not be that frequent if any at all updates during that time. With that said it doesn’t mean that I won’t be checking the blog and the forum during my vacation, along with my email of course, it just won’t be on my top to do things during the day… ;)
However, being true to myself there is now a new website dedicated to providing you with the latest news regarding everything stereoscopic 3D that is called Stereoscopic 3D News. And the best part is that there you can also quickly share any new and interesting information or news you may find with other users that are interested in stereo 3D, so you’ll be always up to date. You just need to make a quick and simple registration in order to be able to submit stories and vote for the ones shared by other people should you find them interesting and useful in order to differentiate them as more important than the others. So you can actually say that this new website is like the popular Digg, but dedicated only to stereoscopic 3D topics and made for the stereo 3D community with different interests.