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Portland`s 3D Center hosts two 3D Expo’s

By January 2, 2009March 24th, 2020Newswires

The 1st exhibition is of the Avshalom Stalactite Cave Nature Reserve. The exhibition, which consists of 16 large anaglyph prints, is dedicated to the memory of Avshalom Shoham who was killed in the [url=]War of Attrition[/url:3g5zarra] and whose family and friends contributed to the cost of developing the site. The 82-meter-long, 60-meter-wide cave was discovered accidentally by workers blasting at a nearby quarry in 1968 and is on the western slopes of the Judean Hills outside the city of Beit Shemesh. Starting on January 2nd, 2009 and runs through March 1st, 2009.

"Avshalom Cave" by Yitzhak Weissman

"Ennis House" by Tom Koester

The 2nd expo at the Portland`s 3D Center is a 3D movie of "Ennis House", the famous and monumental Frank Lloyd Wright house of the 1920`s. You will getting a up close and personal tour of this house in 3D, a house featured in many films but which has been closed to the public for two decades so this is a rare treat. “Frank Lloyd Wright has been quoted as saying, "The only way to photograph architecture is in 3 dimensions?" This film, shot in Hi Def Digital 3D, would seem to be proof of that statement.” Starts 2nd Jan until February 1st, 2009.
Get more details [url=]here[/url:3g5zarra]for these expos & the Portland`s 3D Centre’s other collections of antique and contemporary stereo cameras, viewers and other devices. Web:

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