Ubisoft creating fully 3D game

Titantic and Aliens director James Cameron has said that Ubisoft is staying loyal to his forthcoming fully 3D movie Avatar – by creating a game that is visually in stereo”.

Cameron’s film, which is due for release next year, takes advantage of stereoscopic (3D-capable) projectors in cinemas.

Cameron told Cnet that Ubisoft already has a stereoscopic game up and running using a standard Xbox 360 and 3D glasses:

"Stereo production is the next big thing. We are born seeing in three dimensions,” he said. Most animals have two eyes and not one. There is a reason I think."

Cameron added that first-person shooters become ‘true first-person experiences’.

"You are in the game," he commented. "This is the ultimate immersive media."

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