Several weeks ago, I wrote a column in which I speculated about the potential future uses of stereoscopic (3D) projection or imagery in live events. A number of readers immediately reminded me that stereoscopic displays, while not exactly old hat, have been used a number of times for live performance. Most of the examples given I had been aware of (except the Kiss concert--awesome!), but I had been thinking of the technology in a different context: that of mainstream entertainment. The ...
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