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Photo Album of the
Stereoscopic Displays and Applications XIII (2002) Conference


The Conference


This page provides snapshots of a few moments at the Stereoscopic Displays and Applications conference.



© 2002 Andrew Woods
This year's Keynote presentation was presented by Vince Pace from Pace Technologies (Sun Valley, California). Vince's presentation titled "TITANIC in 3D HDTV" discussed the work that has gone into the filming of the new 3D film "Ghost of the Abyss" that is expected to be released in IMAX 3D theatres this year. [Pictured (from left to right): Lenny Lipton, John Rupkalvis, Emory Kristof and Vince Pace]. Please refer to the conference proceedings preface for more information on the keynote.




© 2002 Andrew Woods
This panorama was taken during Vince Pace's keynote presentation. [click here for a larger view - 385kB]


© 2002 Andrew Woods
Following Vince's presentation, Emory Kristof (National Geographic Society) introduced the 3D Video footage he filmed at the Titanic wreck site back in 1991. The footage was played back from dual Betacam SP decks on the conference's large rear-screen 3D video projection system.

© 2002 John Merritt © 2002 John Merritt
A wide range of equipment was again used this year to display high quality large screen stereoscopic images. Thanks to the help of Brad Nelson from Nelsonex (Los Gatos, California), the staff from Spectrum AV (Denver, Colorado) for general AV hardware and support, and David Mark of Mark Resources (San Francisco, California). Equipment used for stereoscopic projection included: "3D Black Screen" non-depolarising rear-projection screen (Nelsonex), a large silver lenticular screen (Spectrum AV), two SXGA LCD projectors (Spectrum AV), two QD7000 video line doublers (Nelsonex), one QD1200 video field demultiplexer (Nelsonex), one DV120 3D Video standards converter (Curtin University), one multistandard SVHS VCR (Spectrum AV), two Betacam SP video decks and edit controller (Spectrum AV), two 35mm projectors stacked vertically on a chieftan rack (Spectrum AV), Dual video output PC (Mark Resources), 3D VGA Demultiplexer (Curtin University) and miles of cable and switch boxes. [Pictured: Brad Nelson]

© 2002 Andrew Woods
Luis Perez Bayas with his dual camera rig.
© 2002 Lenny Lipton
John Merritt (standing) with Gordon Hewitt and Sang Nguyen (back to camera).

© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Phil Harman (Dynamic Digital Depth, Australia)
© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Jason Goodman (21st Century 3D, New York)
© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Daniel Sandin (University of Illinois/Chicago)

© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Emory Kristof (National Geographic Society).
© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Mark Feldman (Stereographics) and Andrew Woods (Curtin University, Australia).

© 2002 John Merritt
SD&A audience
© 2002 John Merritt
SD&A audience

© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Mike Weissman (Karl Storz Imaging, Goleta, California)
and Vivian Walworth (Jasper Associates, Massachusetts).
© 2002 Lenny Lipton
Demo session audience



The images on this page from Andrew Woods were taken with a FED stereoscopic camera (but are only presented in 2D here). Examples of stereoscopic images taken at previous SD&A conferences are available here and here.

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Revised: 12 June, 2002.