Picasso 3D Pictures are Visible at the Holburne Museum
The "Stereoscopic Photographs of Pablo Picasso by Robert Mouzillat" exhibition presents for the first time in the world a remarkable collection of colour photographs of Picasso, taken in stereoscopic 3D by French 3D stereo pioneer Robert Mouzillat.
The stereograms date from 1957, when Picasso was acknowledged as the world's greatest living artist, and will be displayed at the Holburne Museum in Bath (UK, 100 miles west of London), where visitors will be able to see them on 3D TV screens by wearing special glasses or through viewers.
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JumpSeat 3D Gives Life to Live Events
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"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.