The International 3D Society is now accepting nominations for its annual Stereoscopic 3D Technology Awards to be held in November in Hollywood California. The Society's 3D Technology Awards honor technological achievement in the stereoscopic medium including mainly cinema television portable devices special venue themed attractions video games computers and other media. A blue-ribbon 3D Technology Awards panel will vote upon the entries. In these last few years the awards panel has been impressed with the technology advancements standardization and overall improved consumer experience that the technology innovators have brought to market said Jim Mainard head of digital strategy DreamWorks Animation and chair of the 3D Technology Awards Committee. We expect great things again this year in delivering to consumers the ultimate in 3D experiences. This year marks the Society's third annual 3D Technology Awards. The program will recognize individuals and organizations that have made a significant impact on the advancement of stereoscopic arts and technologies from July 2011 through June 2012. All entries are due by September 30 2012. The 3D Technology Awards Show celebrates the impact and innovation of the organizations and individuals whose advancements are leading this industry said Jim Chabin president of the International 3D Society. The organization is a professional community dedicated to advancing the arts and technologies of Stereoscopic 3D. The 3D Technology Awards Show will feature MasterImage3D passive glasses and technology. Rules regulations and entry forms are available online at www.international3dsociety.com. There is no entry fee for submissions. The submissions deadline is September 30 2012. Nominees will be announced prior to the show. International 3D Society sponsors include Signature Sponsors Panasonic and Korea Telecom as well as Founding Sponsors 3ality Technica Dolby Laboratories DreamWorks Animation Imax MasterImage 3D Pixar RealD Sony Pictures Entertainment The Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures and Xpand 3D.