The Library’s Isaac Olowolafe Digital Media Experience (DME) Lab and the Photographic Historical Society of Canada (PHSC) join forces to explore 3D photography, from the earliest technological developments to its potential in our daily lives. Dr. Robert G. Wilson, an independent collector, researcher and writer of photographic history and member of the PHSC will present a brief overview of the history of 3D photography, followed by a tour across Canada in 3D. Marissa Frost, a 4th year Creative Industries student at Ryerson and former DME Lab Assistant will discuss her work with innovative technologies to capture and replicate the world. She recently interned for Kapow!3D in Los Angelos, a shop which provides top quality 3D printing, scanning and modeling services.
All are welcome.
WHAT: The past, present and future of 3D photography
DATE: September 21, 2016
TIME: 7:15 pm – 9:00 pm
WHERE: Student Learning Centre amphitheatre (Corner of Yonge and Gould Streets)
CONTACT: Joanna Beyersbergen at firstname.lastname@example.org