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.
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.
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