Al Razutis went to Burning Man 2015 and filmed the art, people, and various creations and events in stereoscopic HD 3D, with short films slated for release in 2018. The 3D graphics on these pages is typically presented as web-friendly anaglyph 3D, but the release formats are in various formats including two-channel Stereo HD 3D. Sample some of the scenes from the shoot in 2D version on YouTube:
Al Razutis' documentary film project West-Coast Artists in Light has been conducted over several decades of filming. Beginning in standard film 2D early 1990's the project moved to stereoscopoic 3D film in the late 1990's, one that highlighted the 'spatial characteristics' of holographic art and artists working in their laboratories. The resultant 4-part film is available by special arrangement for public screenings. It now continues with new material recorded with digital HD 3D for presentation in various formats. Short clips and extracts are available for viewing in anaglyph 3D on Vimeo or YouTube XAR3D channel.
Award-Winning 3D tapes, poetic avant-garde subjects, internationally shown, with selections screened at the Louvre - Paris 1997, and the European Media Arts Festival 2002 Germany, and at the SENEF 2004 festival in Seoul, Korea. 3D Video Art by Razutis first premiered in North America in 1998 screenings in Vancouver, Canada and Portland, USA - see 1998 Premiere Presentations
4D Holographic Motion-Picture Systems by Al Razutis (designer, developer) concern holographic images projected in space. These projects are documented in Stereoscopic 3D (anaglyph for web) and available for investment or partnership. Contact Al Razutis alrazutis@ymail to discuss your interests; this is B2B and NDA will be required. Give us a call when we're acquainted.
Autostereoscopic 3D Motion Pictures - No Glasses cinema
Stereo 3D meets Holographic 'Multiplex' Cinema - McCormack Collection & Archives
holographic arts and archives of Sharon McCormack and 'Multiplex' holograms are preserved at Visual Alchemy
"Al Razutis now represents the arts archives of holographic artist Sharon McCormack and her archives of Multiplex Company and San Francisco School of Holography as Curator and Trustee and Preservationist for posterity"
This Collection and Archive is stored and preserved at Visual Alchemy Studio, Saturna, Canada. Viewing by appointment only.
The collection and archives includes original Multiplex Holographic Stereograms in wide 120 and 180 and 360 degree views featuring motion-picture subjects. These holographic stereograms are viewed without any glasses, they are 'autostereoscopic' displays.
Costs for individual or group of works will vary depending on required duration. All work must be insured by client prior to shipment.
Contact Al Razutis at email@example.com to discuss your exhibition, lease or historical research interests.
'The Embrace' by Sharon McCormack - 360 deg. Multiplex Holographic Stereogram
Sample Views in anaglyph 3D
Three views in time, in anaglyph 3D , of multiplex holographic stereogram - hologram "The Embrace" by Sharon McCormack - Stereo 3D photos by Al Razutis
Video of multiplex stereogram works by Sharon McCormack including
"The Embrace" on YouTube
3 min. video in 3D or 2D YouTube 3D:
Larger panel view of image strip in anaglyph 3D
Oldies but goodies: Expanded Cinema & Holography 1970's!
"We create humanoid CG avatars with speech capabilities for real-time speech interaction with humans with computers, kiosks, mobile, in 2D or 3D, and according to client's photorealistic or stylized preferences. Speech interaction with avatar guides, friends, teachers, or playmates is already here and cross-platform applications are being developed for kiosk and mobile, home and away."
These 3D Worlds were built in VRML CG 'virtual space' in natural (orthoscopic) 3D, feature video maps of touch sensitive objects and facades with music. Coded with love of adventure in virtual space.
Poetic avant-garde subjects, internationally shown, with selections at
the Paris 1997, and the European Media Arts Festival 2002 Germany.
VRML WORLDS UROBOROS by Razutis first premiered in North America in 1999 Vancouver, Canada at 'The Body Electric' exhibition. Content is compatible only with select plug-ins.