3D-Con 2017

Last week I attended 3D-Con in Irvine. Besides the military grade conference badge holder (so many pockets!), registration loot included anaglyph and polarized glasses plus a pair of solar eclipse viewing glasses. I was pleased to learn how to make stereocards from David Kuntz and how to use PhotoStereo Maker from David Starkman, Steve Berezin and David […]

Don’t Blink, Summer’s Gone

Summer flew by fast! Here are a few things I’ve been up to: June – August 2016 A quick 10 week Summer Session, classes on Information Architecture and Information Professions. Here’s a project I did for the Information Professions course: Museum Information Professionals Essential Skills August 15, 2016 at Laguna College of Art + Design, I presented on Viewing […]

Stereoscoping with Google Cardboard

I’ve been playing around with Google Cardboard and enjoying the revival of the old school View-Master experience from when I was a kid. Google Cardboard goes beyond the 3-D views you might remember from View-Master and it’s collectible discs with views of the National Parks, Sesame Street, and Disneyland. With Google Cardboard the image is not only in 3-D, it’s panoramic […]

Stereoscoping with Google Cardboard