\'Meant to be Seen\' (MTBS) CEO Will Be a Keynote for Dimension -3 Expo, Promises To Be a MEDIA EVENT!

President & CEO of 'Meant to be Seen', the World's First & Only Stereoscopic 3D (S-3D) Certification and Advocacy Group, Will Reveal the Innovation That Will Reshape the S-3D Industry As We Know It!

Toronto, Ontario - May 29, 2007 - Neil Schneider, President & CEO of 'Meant to be Seen' (mtbs3D.com), will be a keynote at Europe's newest stereoscopic 3D conference.Ê Taking place on June 5th, 6th, and 7th at 'Espace des Arts', Chalon -sur -Saone, France, Dimension -3 Expo is one of the first conferences of this kind.Ê

'We are excited to have Mr. Schneider as our keynote.Ê He's a builder!Ê MTBS is very popular in Europe and around the world, and having seen a preview of what he will be discussing, this is going to be a major media event!Ê No one is prepared for what he will reveal,' said Stephan Faudeux, General Manager of Dimension -3 Expo.Ê

Stereoscopic 3D refers to media that displays images with true volumetric depth through the assistance of special screens, monitors, projectors, and glasses.Ê This technology translates into an exciting thrill in video games, and is quickly representing the equipment of choice for hardcore gamers.Ê

MTBS is the first and only stereoscopic 3D certification and advocacy group.Ê Non -proprietary and independently run, MTBS represents the interests of both stereoscopic 3D technology solutions and consumers with the goal of encouraging programming standards in the game development industry for the best compatibility and ease of use.Ê

'MTBS will have over a thousand registered members soon enough, and I promise, the innovation that will be revealed at Dimension -3 Expo is going to shake up the industry dramatically.Ê Things will never be the same after this presentation.Ê If you work in media, are in the gaming industry, or manufacture S -3D solutions - book your flight - you aren't going to want to miss this,' exclaimed Neil Schneider, President and CEO of 'Meant to be Seen'.Ê

S -3D is very popular in Europe, and Dimension -3 Expo will be having special presentations and discussions about S -3D in video games, film, theme parks, and more.Ê All MTBS registered members qualify for a 20% discount on conference attendance, and membership is completely free.Ê

Game developers, video game enthusiasts, and all interested parties are encouraged to register for free at http://www.mtbs3D.com and learn more about Dimension -3 Expo at http://www.dimension3 -expo.com.Ê


Mr. Stephan Faudeux, General Manager
Dimension -3 Expo
Tel. + 33 1 41 14 05 70
Web http://www.dimension3 -expo.com
Email stephan@avancerapide.com

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