3-D SPACE has assembled a diverse group of expert advisors with backgrounds in academia, museums and art galleries, successful non-profit arts groups, the entertainment industry, and the international 3-D community.
Dr. Brian May
Founding member of Queen, world-renowned guitarist, songwriter, producer, and performer, Doctor of Astrophysics, 3D stereoscopic photographic authority advocate and campaigner for animal rights. [Director of London Stereoscopic Company]
Photohistorian, who has written several books and articles on 19th-century stereophotography for various magazines, institutions and museums. Specializing in French and British Victorian genre stereoviews since graduating as an MA in Art History at the Sorbonne in 1999.
MacArthur Fellow, Founder and curator of the Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City, CA
Media, installation and performance artist whose work has been presented widely throughout the United States and Europe. Research Associate Professor at The Center for Stereoscopic 3D at the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
Filmmaker, pioneer in the use of computers in animation art, provided computer graphics for the original Star Wars, and board member of the iotaCenter.
Author, artist, director, innovator and frontman for the rock group OK Go
James Kirst, III
Founder and Executive Director of the Downtown Independent, an independent movie theater in Los Angeles
Artist, educator and curator. Founder and Executive Director of Machine Project in Los Angeles, CA. Serves on the Board of Directors of the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts
Eisner award nominated illustrator for comic book interiors and covers, trading cards, movie posters, film and video game conceptual art.
Actor, screenwriter, director, producer, comic book writer. Directorial debut with the crime thriller Dark Country (2009), which was shot in 3-D and in which he also starred.
President, Columbia Memorial Space Center in Downey, CA. Founder at West Side Science Club. Formerly worked for the California Science Center in Los Angeles and the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago. Founder of the Captured Aural Phantasy Theater company.
Laurel Robinson Dickow
Manager of Programs, Education & Exhibits at Natural History Museum of LA County
Actor, consultant, producer, archivist and historian of props, costumes, and other screen used paraphernalia from science fiction, fantasy, and horror motion pictures.
Faculty, California Institute of the Arts. Pioneer in the field of performance animation. His most recent work investigates the potential of gesture capture in creating realtime absolute animation in immersive virtual reality.
Artist and founder of the Velaslavasay Panorama
Faculty at UCLA, teaching and lecturing in Film, Television, and Digital Media. Researcher in film and media aesthetics, theory and philosophy, including the aesthetics of 3-D.
Director of Career Services at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA
Stereoscopic VFX supervisor & Lead U.A.V. Operator at Condition One, developing and discovering 3D filmmaking for Virtual Reality. Former Stereoscopic Supervisor for DreamWorks Animation, Walt Disney Animation Studios, and Industrial, Light & Magic.
Juan I. Cabrera
Colorist & Stereographer, as well as senior SGO Mistika artist on films such as Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens, Transformers: Age of Extinction and Star Trek Into Darkness. Technical Editor of the book “3D Postproduction: Stereoscopic Workflows and Techniques” with Rick Baumgartner.
Original animator and director for The Simpsons television series. Director of The Simpsons Movie (2007). Academy Award nominee for directing the stereoscopic 3-D theatrical short "Maggie Simpson in The Longest Daycare" (2012)
Multimedia artist, educator and innovator in motion-picture film and video, stereoscopic 3D video, holographic technologies and arts, and web-digital graphics for websites and interactive 3D virtual reality.
Inventor, author, songwriter, and filmmaker. Founder of the StereoGraphics Corp. and former CTO of RealD. Lead inventor of the current state-of-the-art technologies for 3D film projection and 3D TV.
Executive Vice President and Chief Creative Officer of Stereo D
Founder and Executive Director of the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles. Associate Professor in the Film & Video Department of College of the Canyons
Operations Manager and Youth Film Coordinator of the Echo Park Film Center. Award-winning filmmaker, writer, and musician.
Executive Director of the Los Angeles Film Forum
Lead instructor for UT3D Program at University of Texas at Austin. A leading expert in Stereoscopic 3D film production and post-production in the motion picture and television industry. Owner of True Image Company, Inc., an advanced imaging production and consultation company and the founding Chairman of the International 3D Society.
Award-winning producer, author and motion picture archivist /historian Bob Furmanek. Founder and President of the 3-D Film Archive, LLC, and key figure in the restoration of classic 3-D films.