Sea Creatures & Artificial Intelligence in 3D

Prepare to be captivated by underwater life forms and intrigued by artificial intelligence applications of 3D this Sunday, November 29th at 2:00 pm EST / 19:00 GMT / 8:00 pm CET. We’re excited to have Ted Papoulas and Lluís Dubreuil share their fascinating work with us – don’t miss it!

Beneath the Waves in 3D
Ted Papoulas | 15 min

Once becoming a diver in 2004, it was only a matter of time before I took my love of stereo photography beneath the waves with me. When diving, you are never sure exactly what you will find, but inevitably something wonderful appears from out of the blue. The challenge is to capture what you see before it swims away. Beneath The Waves in 3D is a sampling of some of my favorite photos from various trips – mostly in the Caribbean, but also as far away as Indonesia. Part of my goal in sharing these images is to inspire others to ‘take the plunge’ and go discover these beautiful sea creatures themselves.

Using Artificial Intelligence in the Stereoscopic World
Lluís Dubreuil | 20 min

I was born in Spain in 1950 to a French father and a Catalan mother. I’ve been working as an Electronic Engineer for 40 years in the computer and telecommunications fields, always using digital tools in my daily work. I started to investigate stereoscopy in 2008 and started teaching stereoscopic photography in 2009 at the “Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya.” In 2012, I co-created the stereoscopic company Global3DSolutions and curated an exhibition of historic stereoscopics called  “Pyrenees in 3D.” During 2016 and 2017, I won 18 awards and mentions in different 3D PSA International Exhibitions and during 2017-2018, I exhibited my 3D project “Saba3dell, stereoscopic illusions” in two different Spanish towns. Since 2018, I’ve been working on a new project about the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) applied to stereoscopy. I’ve created more than 600 styles for different stereoscopics of mine and created a 3D version of the famous Louis Daguerre picture “Boulevard du Temple” in different styles using different AI tools. Only a few images of this project have been shared up to now in my social networks. It will be my pleasure to share, for the first time, through your stereoscopic community, examples of my work and the AI tools and processes I use to edit them. You can find more information about my activities on: Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | Twitter | Pinterest | Phereo | Website

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See you Sunday!

Published by Keita Wangari

In addition to researching, organizing, studying, photographing, comparing, and appreciating the design, longevity, and applied uses of mid-century stereo viewers, I spend time photographing cloud formations and being a Googler.

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