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A NYC First: 3-D Viewing of the "Future of Fashion" at FIT, Monday, April 26, 2010, 7:30 pm


New York City's Fashion Institute of Technology will present their Graduating Students Runway Show, The Future of Fashion, in a fully immersive, stereoscopic 3D web simulcast at www.fitnyc.edu/futureoffashion.

This will be the first time that a New York runway show has been produced in 3D and the second time any runway show has been presented in 3D. (Burberry Prorsum’s fall 2010 collection, shown in the U.K., was the first.) The 3D production is by UVPHACTORY.

The Future of Fashion is a professionally produced runway show with an array of fashion-forward garments, including sportswear, special occasion, knitwear, intimate apparel, menswear, and children’s wear designed for fall 2010 by FIT’s graduating Fashion Design students.

UVPHACTORY is a New York-based design and production company offering a complete range of creative services for broadcast, commercial, film, music video, and web clients.

FIT, a college of art and design, business and technology of the State University of New York (SUNY), offers 44 majors leading to the AAS, BFA, BS, MA, and MPS degrees. FIT fashion design alumni include Calvin Klein, Francisco Costa, Ralph Rucci, Stephen Burrows, Amsale Aberra, John Bartlett, and Nanette Lepore.

3D Stereoscopic Team

Dimitris Athos (NYSS), 3D Producer
Daniel Phelps (NYSS), 3D Director of Photography
Stereoscopic camera rig designed and built by Daniel Phelps
Kyle Dabrowski & Gary Floures, 3D Assistant Camera
Robert Lutrell, 3D Projection Specialist
Carlton Bright (NYSS), 3D Technician
Jeanne Guillot (French/Paris Stereo Society), 3D Specialist
John Canata, 3D Intern
Arnie Schlissel, 3D Post Production Editor

Scott Sindorf, Damian Saccio (co-founders)
Paul Schneider, EP

Terry Blum, for FIT


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