JumpSeat 3D Gives Life to Live Events
JumpSeat3D is new company based in Berlin, Germany that operates high end stereoscopic 3D productions and 3D concert-recordings at realistic budgets. JumpSeat3D was behind the Louder Than Hell festival this summer.
"Stereoscopic Trilogy 2" Wins Jury Special Prize at FCIDC
After choreographing live performance for Divas Dance Theatre and making a series of award winning screendance films, Billy Cowie has recently been making ground-breaking stereoscopic 3D dance installations that give viewers the impression that they are sharing the space with live dancers. His "Stereoscopic Trilogy 2" won the Jury special prize at the 5th FCIDC (Festival culturel de la Danse Contemporaine) in Alger, Algeria this November 22, 2013.
Conduct your 3D Chamber Orcherstra
Experience of a lifetime: Walk around in the middle of the Australian Chamber Orchestra and conduct it yourself.
It is too late for the one-day event at the Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art, but come to the Sydney Opera House Studio on October 21-23 or 27-29, 2013 and you will be able to watch, conduct and play alongside a virutal 3D replica of the orchestra. Via a touch screen ‘music stand’ the audience controls what musicians they see and hear via the projections, and can select to listen to the musicians individually or collectively. Video demo here under.
"Diablo 3D & Symphony" on November 6, 2013
Save Mount Diablo (Walnut Creek, CA, USA) will host its second original three dimensional and symphony show featuring Stephen Joseph's breathtaking images on Wednesday, November 6, 2013.
During 22 minutes the work of photographer Stephen Joseph will bring the mountain indoors with some 250 stereoscopic 3D pictures of Mount Diablo. Those images will be accompanied by the Contra Costa Wind Symphony performing an original score by Northern California composer Ron Paquette.
This special event for 600 guests includes a reception with drinks and hors d' oeuvres, and presentation of the Mountain Star Awards. Details here under.
“I will be photographing it in colour” 3D Pictures Exhibition
The “I will photograph it in colors” exhibition opened on July 4, 2013 at the History Meeting House in Warsaw, Poland and is visible until November 17, 2013. Many pictures are presented in 3D on autosterescopic displays (a.k.a. No-glasses 3D TV sets).
This extraordinary exhibition features photographs taken by Stanisław Wilhelm Lilpop in the beginning of the XXth Century. Born into a well-known Warsaw family of industrialists, he was probably the first Polish photographer taking colorful pictures in the autochrome technique. Undoubtedly, he was the first photographer in Poland who introduced colors into stereoscopic photography in 1908. All the pictures were taken with the use of a stereoscopic camera “Stéréospido A” of the French company Gaumont.
Visitors of the exhibition, organized at the 150th anniversary of Lilpop’s birth, will have an opportunity to admire around 180 photographs from the years 1908-1930, part of them in native stereoscopic 3D. The pictures, exquisite from the artistic point of view, also constitute a valuable record of social life of Warsaw, huntings and journeys (including famous Lilpop’s journey to Africa).
Photography by Stanisław Wilhelm Lilpop / Stawisko's Museum archives / FOTONOVA