09 July 2010 Article IT
3D Gaming Coming to the iPad
The company added that the 2D to 3D conversion technology would give its shareholders plenty of opportunity to generate revenue because of its versatility across various platforms. 3D Eye Solution's CEO, Michael Gibilisco, also added that, "With superior and widely compatible techniques, 3D Eye Solutions can turn 2D visual data into 3D images through a wide variety of platforms. The Company is implementing several new strategies in 2010 that will assist us in expanding the 3D Eye Solutions brand nationwide."
The App Store has already seen traditional 2D games pop up with 3D modes, such as Pinball HD, though they require a pair of cheapo red-and-blue anaglyph glasses to get the full experience. Fortunately, this can only mean that plenty of other third-party companies will see the potential of the iPad's hardware as a true gaming machine.