1893, British photographer William Friese-Greene filed a patent for a
3D film viewing process that placed two images side by side, creating a
"joined" three-dimensional image through a stereoscope. Now it's 2011,
and you can have movies, Youtube videos and even pornography pop out at you.The 3D trend has expanded past the screen and become, what some have said,
the future of gaming as well.
Read my recap of the first half of Day 1 of PAX East here.
After writing about my busy morning of gaming in the expo hall and rocking out to chiptune DJs, I headed back to the jam space again around 3:00 to see some non-chiptune music. I had hoped to play a little myself, but the atmosphere of the room is simultaneously intimidating and welcoming.
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