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Old 14 February 2003, 10:22   #1
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What kind of weird Amiga webpage is this?

http://www.megagem.com/
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Old 14 February 2003, 10:26   #2
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LOL! I saw this page a few days ago...will he ever lose that abomination of a logo?
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Old 16 February 2003, 00:49   #3
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Smile Cool design!

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Old 26 February 2003, 19:11   #4
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EERRMMMMM wellllll YES :eek

What a website far too much "GARBLE" for me: lol
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Old 27 February 2003, 00:09   #5
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Wott is it ?

Ok so the page looks like the worst kind of capital letter overkill , the jumbo size blue links are staight out of " my caps lock key , is stuck " excuse manual , the text links only seem to lead to more nonsense with disclaimers of " No guarentee it will work " Is this site a joke ? or an example of how not to get web customers ?
Maybe like teenage rebellion its a desperate attempt to noticed as an individual by having the least apealing design to anyone over 15 , or is it a cry for help by an IT worker who had have the whole thing up and running in one afternoon because the customer wanted a quick cheap job and still didn,t pay for hence the appearance !
Answers on a post card to .............
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Old 27 February 2003, 02:35   #6
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The software they sell on that site is every pit as poorly designed as that site. If you can imagine that...actually, it's a WHOLE LOT worse.
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Old 27 February 2003, 08:15   #7
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Sounds like he's trying to pass off MS goods then.
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Sorry to bring this thread above, but I'm looking for the software AmiVR and maybe other software provided on that page. There is a CD called MegaClasX CDROM which should contain that program. I would try it out with my i-glasses and would be happy if someone could upload that program for test. Thank you.
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If you are looking for something for the toaster flyer, then take a look at the millenium package from discretefx. If I am not mistaken, some of that software was incorporated into the millenium package.
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I only need a copy of that AmiVR-program.
I own some i-glasses and tried to watch an actual 3D-movie(VCD) on a FMV-equiped CD32, but without success. So I think I need that interface to control the glasses and watching video in 3D. I read the following on their webpage:

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Our AmiVR interfaces simply trigger the viewing glasses to synchronize their activity with the natural sync of ordinary video - a perfect match between 3D, Amiga, and video!
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I was able to watch the following picture in 3D on i-glasses, which is in Field-Sequential 3D format, generated by AmiVR.
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I'm still looking for the AmiVR program, which should be available on the MegaClasX-CD. So any help is welcome. I would pay for that.
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What are these iglasses?. It's hardware for the Amiga?.
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It was common hardware for PC, but you can use these 3D-glasses with Commodere Amiga too. There are a few Amiga-games which support these glasses too, for instance Nemac4.
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does this tech work with LCD screens or just with CRT?

Did you try contacting Daniel Wolf?

dwolf@megagem.com or his web company www.videobotics.com support email megagem@megagem.com

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@DDNI: The i-glasses have 2 LCD-displays and yes I tried that contact before but without success.
I only need one small program from that CD to try it out. You can use StereoscopicPlayer with PC but I prefer an CD32 with FMV-module.
I would try it out with AmiVR, but software seems unavailable so far.
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