Wednesday, September 19th, 2007, 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
Held at the Science, Industry & Business Library (SIBL) of the New York Public Libraries
188 Madison at 34th Street, NYC
Admission Free (but seating is limited!)
From the website:
“Get ready to put on your 3-D glasses* as stereoscopic artist and imaging expert Gerry Marks takes us on a visual tour of science and nature from the dawn of photography to the latest digital technology. Pictures found in this library’s collection inspired his career in 3-D and here we’ll see his digital restoration of those remarkable astronomical images. In other stereo ‘treasures’, fossils, embryos, computer imagery, and a half-century of NASA exploration come alive in depth.
Gerald Marks has worked for more than 30 years in New ! York as an independent artist and teacher with a variety of 3D media, and for clients as diverse as MIT, the New York Subway and the Rolling Stones.
*glasses supplied, please return after talk!
Seating for this talk is limited and will be available on a first come first seated basis.”
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