Online Warmongers Inc. today announced that its free-to-play shooter War Inc. Battle Zone will support stereoscopic and anaglyphic 3D modes. The game is one of the first free-to-play titles to support stereoscopic 3D, bringing even more realism to the standout visual fidelity and visceral action it delivers to players. The company internally developed the technology for stereoscopic 3D support for its proprietary Eclipse Engine.
UNIGINE Corp. (Tomsk, Russia) released this week version 3 of its renown Heaven DX11 Benchmark based on its proprietary UNIGINE engine. Great looking as ever and containing many technical improvements, it now runs on Mac and supports multi-monitor configurations, including NVIDIA 3D Surround. And there is a free version ready to download....
LG recently made an update to the 3D algorithm that is used to create 3D pictures with its LG CINEMA 3D TV sets. According to LG this update improves 3D picture quality and 3D resolution. LG’s Cinema 3D uses a passive 3D technology based on cheap polarized 3D glasses (the same as in RealD movie theaters). Most 3D TVs on the market today utilize active 3D with expensive 3D glasses (around 100-150 $). The downside to passive 3D is that 3D resolution is lower, but now thanks to a clever use of its high frequency refresh rate, LG Cinema 3D screens are able to reach the same quality level.
The Three Musketeers will be released in 3D Blu-ray stereoscopic format on March 13, 2012.
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