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Stereoscopic 3D presentation + the un-official launch of NY 3D Club

  • Mar 19, 2013 · 6:00 PM
  • New York University -School of Continuing and Professional Studies (NYU SCPS)

NYU SCPS - 10th Floor - Room 1027
Many thanks to NYU SCPS for hosting the 3D Club of NY.
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Join fellow stereoscopers for an evening of stereoscopic 3D projections, 3D prints, Q&A and announcements.
The goal of this first, “teaser” presentation is to introduce the world of stereoscopy by presenting some cool 3D content, to announce the upcoming stereoscopic 3D courses at NYU SCPS, and to mark the start of the new 3D Club of NY.
Polarized 3D glasses will be provided.

All attendees should RSVP and bring a form of photo ID.
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1) Networking
+ live 3D projection: see yourself in 3D in real time.

2) Introduction

3) Program:

D. Carlton Bright
- 3D video: “Williamsburg: 3D of a Decade”
This 5 minute 3D Video is a collection of excerpts from the one-hour long 3D video, consisting of scenes and images from that neighborhood over the last 10 years.

Bright is a self-taught visual artist who has been working out of NYC for the past 33 years. His artistic direction has been influenced by many things, including his eclectic history of activities needed for basic financial income and other various experiences. For 3 decades he has explored stereoptical imagery using a many types of cameras, from the original Polaroid SX-70 Land Cameras to the new large chip SONY RX100s.

Paul Aaron Johnson
- 3D Lenticulars: the first 3D Shadowgraphs ever made
For his most recent work, 3D shadowgraphs, Johnson has developed his own techniques for capturing multiple shadows of objects, by moving the light source between each image capture. These sequences of images are then processed to make 3-D lenticular prints where as many as 48 different views can be seen in one image, without the need for special glasses.

Johnson was born in Detroit, Michigan. He currently lives and works in NYC as a 3-D lenticular photographer. After earning a BFA degree from The Cooper Union, Johnson worked for 25 years as an award-winning director/designer of animation for some of the top animation and special effects companies. Using this experience, he developed his 3D techniques and produced digital 3D lenticular prints for museums and his solo exhibitions.

Zoran Zelic - ZZ3D
- 3D photography: stereo projection and 3D lenticular prints
- stereoscopic virtual reality: interactive architectural walk-throughs
- 3D visuals: interactive CGI reacting to music/voice in real-time (think 3D VJ-ing!)

Zelic is a multidisciplinary award-winning NYC-based designer & artist specializing in Stereoscopic 3D visualizations and interactive Virtual Realities. He holds two Master Degrees in Architecture, from Columbia University GSAPP and from the University of Zagreb, Croatia.
Using stereoscopic media as a new art form and a medium for his artistic expression and architectural designs, Zelic examines the creative potential of natural stereo vision for many potential artistic and commercial applications. Intrigued by unexplored areas of human perception, he utilizes the latest digital 3D technologies to create and simulate altered realities.
His works include S3D techniques like photography, videos, fine art, interactive visuals, graphics, CG renderings & animations. His past collaborations range from designing and managing architectural projects to art exhibits, audio-visual installations and live 3D events.
Zoran Zelic is the founder of ZZ3D, an innovative Stereoscopic 3D Art & Design Studio, based in NYC.

4) Announcements:
Upcoming Events & Meetups:
- NEO3DO: the world’s first glasses-free 3D Android Tablet launch party.
- Meta-glasses: the world’s first Augmented Reality 3D glasses demo.
- Zack Lieberman: 3D graphic novel/feature film/video game.
Stereoscopic Courses @ NYU SCPS:
- Introduction to stereoscopy + 3D photography hands-on workshop.

5) Q&A, Networking

See you there!
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Want to sponsor the next NY 3D Club event? Email us to discuss!

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  • carlton.bright

    (and here was the link to the original post on the DV info 3D forum)

    http://www.dvinfo.net/forum/3d-stereoscopic-production-delivery/512325-physics-simulations.html

    March 24, 2013

  • carlton.bright

    (continued)

    I think there is a lot of power in the "thereness" of 3D (even artificially created 3D), and so finding realistic-seeming physics can be very useful. Of course, it's nice being able to take advantage of non-naturalistic physics, as well, like words that float in space. All part of playing games with consciousness!

    3D Physics Simulations (3DS Max w/ Rayfire or PFlow) - YouTube

    March 24, 2013

  • carlton.bright

    Perhaps we could have Cutting Edge posts from 3D forums?
    For instance, here is one:

    I wanted to share some of my latest experiments, created in 3DS Max, mostly using the plug-in Rayfire, a physics simulator and destruction engine. The 5th and last shots were created using PFlow, Max's particle systems. In particular, I think the first shot in the vid is my best animation, thus far. The bow-wave of plastic particles is aided by a "cow-catcher", a small piece of invisible geometry I attached to the front of "MIND" in order to shape the spray of displaced beads.

    That's one thing I've never been able to do in cinematography: play with invisible assistants: [e.g. the wind that blows away the word "Self", the ball that knocks over the towers of "story", or the invisible "pincers" that deformed the word "Consciousness" (the shot is played in reverse)]. And of course, it's nice being able to shoot lights directly into the camera lens, without worrying about having to flag the flares!

    March 24, 2013

  • carlton.bright

    An animator professor/friend sent me this historical movie profile of SAWYERS 3D company.
    Perhaps this could be put in the NY 3D CLUB's online resource/Library?

    https://vimeo.com/20696900

    1 · March 21, 2013

    • Zoran Z.

      great historical movie! I especially like the part where they show how tha stereo pictures are taken;

      yes, the Club will have the official web site, and an online library could be a part of it, that's a good idea.

      March 23, 2013

  • lew a.

    Sorry I could not attend sounds like a great event.
    Will definitely try for the next event.
    Any idea of when or the program

    March 21, 2013

    • Zoran Z.

      sorry Don you couldn't make it,,, we plan to have our regular club meetings every 1-2 months. but we will also have other type of events, for example 3D tablet launch party.
      stay tuned for the dates :)

      March 23, 2013

  • Mark F.

    Very interesting!

    1 · March 21, 2013

  • Zoran Z.

    thank you all or coming last night to our first, informal 3D presentation and introduction to the 3D Club in the making. stay tuned for more events and activities, + suggest other topics/ideas.

    please feel free to upload some photos you took at the Meetup, or send it to me for our Club archive.

    thanks to Kathy Wang and NYU SCPS for hosting the Meetup!

    links to some topics covered last night:

    artists:
    - Paul Aaron Johnson (lenticular 3D prints and slides):
    http://www.3dspacetimeart.com/
    - D. Carlton Bright (Williamsburg 3D video)
    http://carltonbright.com/
    - Zoran Zelic - ZZ3D (3D photography, stereoscopic VR walk-througs interactive 3D visuals):
    https://www.facebook.com/ZZ3D.studio
    ZZ3D images and gallery on Nvidia:
    https://www.3dvisionlive.com/

    upcoming demos & events:
    - Meta AR 3D glasses:
    http://www.meta-view.com/
    NEO3DO glasses-free 3D tablet launch party:
    http://www.indiegogo.com/NEO3DO
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iK7cwqPozQ4

    happy 3D-ing 8-)

    March 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    missed the last one, hopefully I can make the next one!

    1 · March 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    dangit, have to stay late at work. Hope to catch the next one!

    March 19, 2013

    • Zoran Z.

      sorry Don you couldn't make it,,, looking forward to seeing you next time!

      March 21, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Very nice! Enjoyed the presentations. Friendly group of people interested in sharing knowledge and ideas.

    2 · March 20, 2013

  • Gerald M.

    I'll be there!

    March 19, 2013

  • Dudu K.

    Would love to come there guys

    March 19, 2013

  • Paul J.

    The guest's name is Dimitris Athos and will arrive separatly.

    March 19, 2013

  • toshiko n.

    I am looking forward to seeing you all.

    March 18, 2013

  • carlton.bright

    will be a bit late-8pm arrival time-

    March 18, 2013

  • carlton.bright

    Due to the extension of previous event, I hope arrive about 8pm-

    March 18, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    if the date works for me, I'm there!

    1 · March 12, 2013

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