We are pleased to announce that the Look for 3D competition ended with the score of 3:0!
Of course, the users have won!
List of winners:
Alexander Nikolaev (Saratov)
The prize: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 video card
Yuri Semenov (Veliky Novgorod)
The prize: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 video card
Michael Sazanov (Nizhny Novgorod)
The prize: 3D Vision Eyewear
We congratulate the winners and wish them the new 3D discoveries!
We also thank all the participants of the beta! You really helped us in finding bugs in the locations and sent us a lot of bugs. So at the moment we are determining the winners, and very soon will announce their names!
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The winner of the second stage is Yury Semenov from Veliky Novgorod, Russia – he first sent us all the screenshots of the objects from the NVIDIA 3D Vision sets.
He will get the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460 video card. And here are the screenshots that have brought good luck to our winner:
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Vizerra world differs from the real world, and in some places one still can notice how it works. And by the way: how does it work?
What did the ancient people know about the world? That the world is probably flat and is located in the center of the universe. That the world does not collapse, as it is resting on the back of a huge animal, or rocking on the endless waters of the ocean. That the world has its Creator, and its existence makes superrational sense unfathomable for the mere mortals.
With the centuries going by, the world was growing, acquiring a spherical shape, and suddenly became just one of many worlds in the universe. But the Vizerra 3D world is still very young and therefore still resembles Earth in the way that people have seen it for many years before.
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Today begins the third and final stage of the “Look for 3D” Vizerra competition which ends October 31!
The competition prize at each stage will receive a participant who first find the elements of 3D Vision in the Vizerra world and send us screenshots via the form on the Vizerra website. We have already determined the winners of the first two stages – they are Alexander Nikolaev from Saratov and Yuri Semenov from Veliky Novgorod. They got prizes from NVIDIA, GeForce GTX 260 and GeForce GTX 460. 3D Vision glasses are waiting for the next winner.
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September 9, 2010: Vizerra and NVIDIA have launched the Look for 3D competition going along with the beta test of Vizerra client application. September 27 the first stage of the competition was finished. The winner was Alexander Nikolaev from Saratov, Russia – he first sent us all the screenshots of the objects from the NVIDIA 3D Vision sets.
We have already sent him the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260 video card. And here are the screenshots that have brought good luck to our winner:
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As we said earlier, a beta tester who finds the most bugs by October 31, 2010 will be awarded a prize from Microsoft - the annual subscription to Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate. That’s why our users regularly send us not only the objects from the NVIDIA 3D Vision sets, but also screenshots of the bugs found in the 3D locations. Here are some of them:
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3DreamTeam company has announced today that beta-test of Vizerra, a software platform for creating and viewing interactive 3D-worlds, got started. The testing will be opened for all comers up to the 31st of October – the day when Vizerra Client will be released.
3DreamTeam is holding a worldwide competition supported by Nvidia and Microsoft to motivate participants of the beta-test. Contest is called “Look for 3D” and consists of three rounds. Winners of each round have to become the first to find 3D Vision items hidden in VIZERRA virtual worlds. The prizes are 3D Vision glasses, the GeForce 460 and the GeForce GTX 260 provided by Nvidia. Vizerra platform is compatible with 3D Vision system – all projects can be viewed on a 3D monitor by using stereo-glasses or a projector.
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