13th October 2011

Free 3D Gaming Technology Session at X-Summit

x-summitInteractive Ontario and X-Summit invites game designers & enthusiasts to a free session on 3D gaming technology which will take place at The Carlu on Wednesday, October 26th. The session begins at 9:30a.m. and includes breakfast, but space is very limited so RSVP now to reserve your seat.

With stereoscopic 3D quickly becoming a standardized feature in modern HDTVs, desktop displays and handheld devices, it’s becoming even more appealing to develop 3D game content. Unfortunately, most of the practices 3D game developers follow are based on 3D cinema research, rather than video game research. iGO3D is dedicated to investigating the best practices in S-3D gameplay, including issues related to comfort, effectiveness, audio, and overall experience for both developers and end users.

The iGO3D presentations will include fun demonstrations of 3D on console and PC using a wide range of displays and technologies. Presentations will address such issues as:

* Consumer response to 3D
* Myth-busting
* 3D gaming research
* What game developers need to know

X-Summit organizers would also like to remind attendees of the following:

Delegate Area Now OpenBook one-on-one meetings with X-Summit speakers
Introduce yourself, ask questions or get advice on personal projects. Registered Delegates can login to the Delegate Area to book a meeting.

Start-Up Passes – Limited number remaining
In an effort to remain accessible to organizations that are just starting out, X-Summit is offering a heavily discounted Start-Up Rate! Go online to submit an application.

Save An Additional 30% – Become an IO Member today
All members of Interactive Ontario receive 30% off of X-Summit event rates
at all times. Register or renew today.

Save 20% with Porter Airlines when booking your X-Summit flight
X-Summit has negotiated special rates on Porter  as well as for accommodations for delegates traveling to Toronto to attend the conference. Check out the Travel and Venue section for more information.

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