Watch NYSA PRESENTS! Live every Saturday with replays on Vimeo, YouTube, ROKU and Amazon FireTV. Go to our website www.3DNSA.org The nexus of information and activities concerning 3D and related arts. Professionals and Amateurs involved in the art, science and pure enjoyment of Stereoscopic 3D and perception.
Charles Barnard, 3D conversion master explains his process and how he came to be addicted to the art form by way of Aunt Lula and the drunk wedding photographer...among other things!
Interview conducted by your host, Johnny Laser and by Joe Pedoto creator of the NYSA' series, The Anaglyph Jukebox.
Follow this link to see the NYSA Presents! episode of The Anaglyph Jukebox - Frank in The 3RD Dimension.
Salvador Dali's Protege, Louis Markoya will discuss his 3D process with Johnny Laser and we might even find out what happened to Alice Cooper's Brain...
This is an interview done in conjunction with an NYSA PRESENTS! broadcast. The topics covered are in addition to the topics covered in the video available here: NYSA PRESENTS! S3E9
Shawn Frayne, CEO and Founder of Brooklyn New York based Looking Glass Factory, discusses the the history of the first consumer Holographic Display and how it came about and where he hopes it leads. And much more!
Here's a link to our YouTube of a previous event with Shawn. Please subscribe to our channel! https://youtu.be/trum2wAtdBg
Zulay Chang, Photography Specialist in the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs at the New York Public Library. We discuss 19th Century Stereo Cards, photography and what to do about a book that wasn't returned since 1969!
Magnetic 3D has installed a Glasses Free 3D monitor at the new Hard Rock Guitar Hotel and many other locations around the world. Founder and CEO Tom Zerega discusses the challenges and the future of the most immersive digital signage experience that you can imagine.
The second part of an interview with Academy Award Nominee and New York Stereoscopic Association member Robert Swarthe about his independent animation films 'Kick Me' and 'Unicycle Race'. Robert's career spans from working on a UCLA Film School project with Francis Ford Coppola to Star Trek The Motion Picture and Close Encounters of the Third Kind.
The first part of an interview with Academy Award Nominee and New York Stereoscopic Association member Robert Swarthe about how he found his way into the movie industry. Or how it found him! Robert's career spans from working on a UCLA Film School project with Francis Ford Coppola to Star Trek The Motion Picture and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. And many stops in between!
Marc Cushman, Author of Star Trek The Original Series 'These Are The Voyages'. This award winning and critically acclaimed book with over 2000 pages of details is not just for Star Trek fans but for anyone interested in the history of the Golden Age of Television.
We were guided through the 3D View Master set of 'The Omega Glory" episode and much more. Here you have the conversation during the 'After Party...
E. James Smith describes shooting classic train rides in 3D.
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Johnny Laser introduces the New York Stereoscopic Association Podcasts. Go to www.3dnsa.org to discover more about us.
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