Animation Magazine has joined the S-3D Gaming Alliance, an industry organization that represents the interests of game developers, display manufacturers, and technology enablers in this field.
Animation Magazine will provide the digital version of its publication to S3DGA and Meant to be Seen members for free, and will present at the 3D Gaming Summit set for April 21 and 22 at Universal City.
“We have to keep up with the times, and stereoscopic 3-D gaming has a very important present and future,’ said Jodi Bluth, Animation Magazine‘s publisher. ‘Game developers need a firm grasp of this technology, and this is a great opportunity for them to have a real say in how it moves ahead, ”
The Animation Magazine offer is available only through links on s3dga.com and mtbs3d.com. The submission form is accessed after registering and logging in to mtbs3D.com, S3DGA’s consumer outreach division. All registrations are free and instantaneous.
The summit is the first conference that is nearly 100% focused on stereoscopic 3-D gaming, and features top names like NVIDIA, Real D, Panasonic, Jon Peddie Research, The S-3D Gaming Alliance, and more.
Non-profit and non-proprietary, some of The S-3D Gaming Alliance’s top members include Blitz Games Studios, LG, Real D, DDD, iZ3D, The Game Creators, HDMI Licensing, and more. Advisory board members include Jon Peddie of Jon Peddie Research; Neil Trevett, president of the Khronos Group; and Habib Zargarpour, senior art director for Electronic Arts’ Need For Speed SHIFT.
More information on the S-3D Gaming Alliance can be found online at www.s3dga.com. Details on the summit are at www.3dgamingsummit.com.