Garry Kasparov will be playing another Man vs Computer chess match at the New York Athletic Club starting 11th November this year.
The unique twist on this match, is that using the X3D Display, the chess board will appear to be “floating in the air between man and computer” and he will use voice commands to move the virtual 3D pieces. 3D viewing has been possible for quite a while, but X3D Technologies are claiming X3D Display is viewable by the naked eye, rather than with the normal synchronised shutter glasses.
Billed as “the most dominant chess program and the most powerful 3D software to challenge the greatest chess brain of all time”, it will be Webcasted at www.X3D.com.
This event is a little different from a lot of their other sponsored entertainment content, which is headlined by Swimsuit models in 3D.