From Toys to Technology | Stereoscopic Display

May 10, 2009 5:54 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

From Toys to Technology | Stereoscopic Display

Monday, May 18, 2009 from 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM

Interested in stereoscopic display technology engineered in Oregon? If “YES!” is your answer, come join us on Monday, May 18th @ 6:30 pm, at Portland Community College Cascade Campus to learn about Viewmaster, Planar, MacNaughton Inc., and Schrodinger stereoscopic display technology and heritage.

Event Details

The evening will begin at 6:30 pm with registration, light refreshments and networking. At 7:00 pm, announcements will be followed by a general overview presentation to acquaint everyone with stereoscopic terms and concepts. This will be followed by a brief history of Oregon’s very own Viewmaster, proceeded by presentations from Planar, MacNaughton, and Schrodinger. We’ll conclude with demonstrations and hands-on of the various technologies. Our guest speakers will be available to answer your questions.

Should be informative, educational and fun. Hope to see you there!

The Presenters

Kathleen O’Reilly
Cascade SIGGRAPH Vice Chair
Overview Presentation
Ron Kriesel,
Board Member
3D Center for Art and Photography
Portland, OR
• Viewmaster

Pat Green,
Director of Planar’s R&D Group
Planar Systems, Inc.
Beaverton, OR
• StereoMirror technology

Tom Woody,
Program Manager
Perceiva 3D LCD Stereo Displays
MacNaughton Inc
Beaverton, OR
• 19″ LCD based display (Perceiva DSD190 & DSD190-D)

Herc Silverstein,
Product Manager / Project Lead
Portland, OR
• Zalman ZM-M220 interlaced stereo using passive polarized glasses
• nvidia quad-buffered OpenGL using shuttered LCD glasses

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