Museum Monday: History of 3D photography at PDX

If you’re traveling to or through Portland International Airport (PDX) this week, make sure to take a look at the exhibit in Terminal E focusing on the history of 3D photography and film in Oregon.

3D photography exhibit at Portland Airport

The exhibit features 3D technology from the invention of the stereoscopic viewer to the View-Master, which was invented and manufactured in Portland.

(Courtesy: The Passenger; via Creative Commons)

Also included is a ¼ scale garden set and puppets from the movie Coraline, by LAIKA, a Portland-based  animation company. Coraline was the first stop-motion feature to be conceived and photographed in stereoscopic 3D.

PDX Coraline

 

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