|When:||Back to Calendar July 14, 2012 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm||Where:||Think Coffee - lower level
248 Mercer Street
New York,NY 10012
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|Cost:||free - RSVP required|
A introductory technical history of 3-D photography is the latest presentation in the New York Nineteenth Century Society’s monthly speaker series. This lecture and accompanying demonstrations will encompass the history of Stereoscopy, covering in detail approximately 150 years of history emphasizing developments during the 19th century. The discovery and invention of stereo still photography and its direct connection to the invention of motion picture photography will be examined, as well as its impact on popular culture. Since the NYNCS strives to encourage the further exploration of history and technology there will also be a discussion of both low and hi-tech ways one can do this photography today. Participants will have access to rare and antique stereo views and viewing devices.
About the speaker: William Klayer (ICG, DGA) is a NYC based director and cinematographer with over 40 years of experience in film and television. His work encompasses everything from horror classics to modern episodic television. Mr. Klayer has been an avid collector and historian of 3-D technology for decades. For more info on this month’s speaker: http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0458473/#Director
This presentation is FREE and open to the public but seating is limited. Please RSVP to reserve your seat by e-mailing email@example.com. You will receive a confirmation number. Please arrive promptly.