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At the March 12, 2010 meeting...
3D Workflow
First in a Series


3D motion pictures and television is shaping up to be the industry's next "big thing."

We were joined by three distinguished experts for an in-depth look at the technical challenges involved. This meeting presented and demonstrated some basic concepts for 3D image acquisition and production on set or location that help to insure proper 3D stereoptical imaging. New technologies often introduce new issues to manage, and with those, new language. We also reviewed how the language and art of stereo imaging is taking shape.

  • Pete Fasciano, formerly of Avid Technology's Advanced Research Group, currently consulting via his own company, Imagenda.

  • Ron Labbe, stereoptical systems expert and owner of Studio3D in Maynard. See: www.studio3d.com

  • Rob Jaczko, CTO & Chair, Music Production & Engineering Department at Berklee College in Boston.

This meeting was held in conjunction with The Camera Company's 20th Annual Pro Video show: at The Dedham Holiday Inn.


Posted: 5 August 2010
Bob Lamm, SMPTE/New England Newsletter/Web Page Editor
blamm@cync.com