Stereoscopic Player 2.2 is still in BETA version but this rewrite is really good value for money as lots of features make it more efficient, more useful, and more user-friendly: SP2.2 offers support of Oculus Rift with head tracking and chromatic aberration correction, GPU acceleration for anaglyph modes, a stereoscopic cursor is available even in full screen mode.
The rendering engine has been fully rewritten from scratch and is now less resources-hungry than before. The last official stable version is still 2.1.4 but we are expecting the "official" 2.2 really soon.
The completely rewritten Stereoscopic Player is now in 2.2.8 version and is worth upgrading!
Stereoscopic Player is more efficient, more useful, and more user-friendly than ever, with Oculus Rift support, GPU acceleration for anaglyph modes. The rendering engine has been fully rewritten from scratch in April 2014 and is now less resources-hungry than before. It offers a brand new toolbar in full screen mode and -new feature- three different settings may coexist in the same PC thanks to the "Multiple Stereoscopic Player Instances" kit.
Once in while stereographers become fiction writers. This happens now with Clyde de Sousa who released last year its sc-fi novel "Memories with Maya", available in paper version and in Kindle format.
What brings "Memories with Maya" on the news today is the Facebook-Oculus VR wedding: Memories with Maya describes a not-so-distant future where virtual reality helmets similar to the Oculus Rift and their external gesture recognition cameras are used in social interaction after a wealthy IT mogul buys the VR Helmet startup company...
nWave Pictures has acquired IMAX distribution rights to Galapagos 3D, the documentary written by David Attenborough and narrated by Jeff Cowin from Colossus Productions (London, UK).
Galapagos 3D is now playing at the Houston Museum of Natural Science (TX,USA) and will be launched this May both at the Tennessee Aquarium (Chattanooga, TN, USA) and Moody Gardens (Galveston, TX,USA) followed later this year by the Arizona Science Center (Phoenix, AZ, USA). It will be available in 38- and 20-minute versions in 3D stereoscopic format as well as in 2D and 4K and will be released in Denmark, Mexico, Ecuador, China and many other countries. Watch the trailer here under.