VSC Meeting, March 2024

Sunday, March 10th 2024, 2pm EST / 8pm CET

Join us for our March meet­ing at Vir­tu­al Stereo­scop­ic Com­mu­ni­ty, fea­tur­ing cap­ti­vat­ing pre­sen­ta­tions by Harold Baize and Peter Rose. 

Harold will delve into the chal­lenges and beau­ty of stereo pho­tog­ra­phy at Burn­ing Man, while Peter will unveil the tech­ni­cal aspects and equip­ment behind his mes­mer­iz­ing cre­ations. On top, long-time par­tic­i­pant of VSC, Carl­ton will review his exhi­bi­tion at BFC.

Don’t miss this oppor­tu­ni­ty for inspi­ra­tion, and a peek into the world of stereo­scop­ic tech­nique! See you on Sunday!

Please bring your anaglyphic glasses with you!

Photographer Spotlight

Burning Man 3D: Dust and Fire

Harold Baize

Harold Baize has been doc­u­ment­ing the Burn­ing Man fes­ti­val with stereo pho­tog­ra­phy since 1996. His talk will focus on the chal­lenges of stereo pho­tog­ra­phy in the harsh envi­ron­ment, in par­tic­u­lar the task of get­ting a good image of the burn of the man. He will also talk about shar­ing stereo images on the web and VR plat­forms, as well as oth­er stereo and VR projects.

3D Trends

Towards a Hyperdimensional Cinema

Peter Rose

A sur­vey of some of the recent work I’ve done in stereo­scop­ic video.  Some of these were shot using a two-cam­era rig I will demon­strate; oth­ers were made with the Fuji W‑3; and still oth­ers were craft­ed using a sin­gle I‑Phone. Footage includes video shot at Machu Pichu, film shot dur­ing a total solar eclipse, and excerpts from a transcon­ti­nen­tal jour­ney. I will also show brief excerpts from the 2D films and videos that have led up to this work.


A Stereoscopic Crossing

D. Carl­ton Bright

Long-time par­tic­i­pant of VSC, D. Carl­ton Bright will show a short video of a month-long instal­la­tion of some his 3D SX-70 POLAROID art­work and 3D view­ers fea­tured at BFC, the Brook­lyn Film and Cam­era Venue in East Williams­burg NYC.

Meeting Info

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