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December 3, 2008

Paul Johnson Lenticulars

NY Stereo Society member Paul Johnson has lenticular prints in the Long Island City Artists Celebrate! exhibition. His wonderful images are also for sale at the Top of the Rock.

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December 17, 2008

Third Friday Stereo Dinner

Friday, December 19, 2008
Third Friday Stereo Dinner
La Cocina Restaurant, 217 West 85th Street, just off Broadway.

Come enjoy the company of fellow stereoscopists and a guaranteed feast for the eyes. (additional feasts available on the varied menu). Veteran stereo shooter Bob Venezia is in town from Seattle with slides from his twin Hassleblads. No other visual experience delivers the impact of a well-shot medium format stereo slide in a lighted viewer. The gang begins to assemble around 6:30 downstairs to the left. You will notice the 3D glasses and stereo viewers. This is nerd club at its best. Frequent attendee Mick Andreano has posted some pictures from recent Third Friday Dinners at his wonderful site StereoNewYork.

ONGOING

Lynn Butler's show at the Leica Gallery, through January 10, 2009 *Stereojets*
Paul Johnson's show at Long Island City Artists through January 30, 2009 *Lenticulars*

LATELY
NFL 3D Simulcast
Lenticular Business Cards
Katzenberg on 3D Films

December 23, 2008

"My Bloody Valentine 3D" opens Jan. 16, 2009 — Bringing New Depth to Horror Movies?

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How times have changed since I was wading in the dating pool.

Acapulco Gold, Yago Sangria, drinks with names like Tequila Sunrise and a Sloe Comfortable Screw, electric guitar solos, a mattress in the back of a VW microbus — you can say a lot of things about us Boomers but we knew how to have a good time.

Now in the New Millenium you've got "Nothing says 'Date Movie' like a 3D RIDE TO HELL!"

This is progress?

If all the recent (and upcoming) Disney-Pixar digitally animated family fare in 3D haven't gotten you back into the multiplex, maybe a bloody pickaxe taking a swipe at your head will do the trick.

For the trailer and an examination of what could be a new trend in film horror, check out the New York Times article, here.

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