Stereoscopic 3D - Theory and Hands-On

  • Location:
    The IMC Lab Gallery, 6th Floor, 56 West 22nd Street, 6th Floor, New York, New York

This information-packed course explores core concepts, examples and techniques of the evolving world of Stereoscopic 3D. Learn the foundations, tools and skills on how to use this medium and create 3D content. You'll leave this class with clear understanding of the third dimension, and with your own beginning 3D projects.

Due to our binocular vision, stereo 3D is a natural evolution in visualization. Thanks to emerging 3D technologies, S3D is a rapidly growing market. 3D imaging has practical uses in numerous fields such as art, entertainment, science, medical, education and gaming.

Whether you’re new to 3D or you’re experienced but would like to enhance your 3D skills, this workshop will teach you the theory and practice of stereo imaging.
Special handouts and 3D glasses will be provided.Bring your own 3D equipment and designs if desired.

Level: Beginner to Intermediate

Prerequisite: No previous 3D knowledge required.
- recommended for Hands-on: PC or MAC laptop with Photoshop (free 30-day trial available here) or other image editing program
- camera (2D or 3D) recommended but not required.

Duration: 6 hours
-3 hours theory
-3 hours hands-on.

Workshop Cost: $100
A $25.00 non-refundable registration fee is required. The $25 goes towards the cost of the course. Student discounts are available, please email for information.
Course is limited to 15 participants. Register early to secure your place.