I finally got around to playing Assassin’s Creed and I am very impressed with the first game that started off this great series. I had a few problems getting it to play in glasses free 3d, but once I did, wow. It was released for PC in 2008 but has really great graphics for the time. The game has a great story with really good game play. One of my favorite moves is taking a leap of faith after you find a viewpoint. Viewpoints are things like tall buildings, towers or structures that you have to climb to the top. Once there you sync your view which reveals items on your map.
We went to Ithaca college last Wednesday afternoon about 4:00 PM to set up for Ed Tech day which was being held the next day. As soon as we got our glasses free monitors turned on we started playing our video player that streams glasses free 3D screenshots and gameplay video over the web we started to get a strong reaction from people working the show. They commented on how good our 3D looked and took pictures of us and tweeted them. That really set the stage for the following day. We had huge crowds at our booth the entire day with lots of people coming back multiple times.
Dimenco displays has just sent us our first 50” 4K glasses free 3D display for us to develop games for. This new TV looks incredible with its very high resolution. This makes the 3D games look very clear and the small text is no longer blurry in 3D. We are very excited to push this new display to its limits to increase the 3D experience that we provide. Not only do our games look great on this monitor but so do our screenshots and game play videos. We will be unveiling this new display at Ed Tech Day at Ithaca college on the 19th of March. Come down and check it out.