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Streaming 3-D Movie Screening Sunday May 3 at 2 p.m. PT

3-D glasses art.3-D Space has worked out a process for livestreaming 3-D content over YouTube. Last week, from their base in Los Angeles, they test streamed 3-D videos in both anaglyph and sbs and test viewers who were as far away as New York and Norway were able to watch. Now they're going to open it up to everyone and try out their first online public screening starting at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 3, Pacific time..

3-D Space presents select films from the 16th Annual LA 3-D Movie Festival, including the top award winners, streaming in side-by-side format for 3DTV viewing, and in red/cyan anaglyph format for computer and handheld devices.

Watch the show on the 3-D Space YouTube channel.

Program

The Whole Picture 3:21 Zsolt Magyar Hungary
Ghosts Of The Pastures 5:16 Christian Zschammer Germany
Stimulation 1:43 Jonathan Sabin USA
Zerynthia Expedition 2 9:18 J-Walt USA
Feline Paradox 25:27 Ben Reicher USA
Little Planet 3:14 Takashi Sekitani Japan

The show is hosted by Eric Kurland, 3-D Space founder and LA 3-D Movie Fest Director.

During these uncertain times, 3-D Space needs your support so that we will be able to re-open the museum when it is safe. A special donation page is available online where you can make a pledge to help the museum, and select to receive a special gift.

Every dollar helps! Donate $1 to 3-D SPACE and theywill send you a pair of red/cyan 3-D glasses. Get some for the whole family, and use them to watch future online screenings.

They are also have two enamel pins available as donor gifts - the classic red View-Master® pin, and red/cyan 3-D glasses pin for a $20 per item donation.

Visit the special donation gifts page.

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3-D Cereal Prizes

Over the years, 3-D toys have been used as prizes by cereal manufacturers to entice kids to buy their brands. Here are a few of the 3-D goodies that could be found inside and on the box or by mail order.

Clackers cereal box art.
General Mills DeLuxe Clackers Graham Cereal offered a Bozo the Clown 3-D cartoon viewer.

Alpha-Bits cereal box back cover art.
Alpha-Bits cereal box cover art.
Post Alpha-Bits cereal had a mail-in offer for a View-Master viewer with a Super Heroes 3-D picture packet.

Dinersaurs cereal box art.
Dinersaurs 3-D art.
Dinersaurs 3-D glasses.
Dinersaurs cereal had a pair of anaglyphic 3-D glasses to view 3-D art printed on the back of the box.

Nesquik cereal box art.
Nestle Nesquik cereal came with 3-D glasses and a 3-D adventure on the back of the box.

Shredded Wheat 3D wild animal show box art.

Nabisco Shredded Wheat 3-D Wild Animal Show.

Nabisco Shredded Wheat box art.
Shredded Wheat Jaws 3-D glasses.
Nabisco Shredded Wheat included Jaws 3-D glasses and some pretty scary 3-D images on the box.

Shredded Wheat Jaws 3-D art.

Shredded Wheat Jaws 3-D art.

Shredded Wheat Jaws 3-D art.

Rice Krispies box art.
Kellog's Rice Krispies with Yo, Yogi 3-D glasses.

Cap'n Crunch box art.
Quaker Cap'n Crunch with 3-D Fake Finders glasses.

Cap'n Crunch Berries box art.
Quaker Cap'n Crunch's Crunch Berries with 3-D Fake Finders glasses.

Weetabix mail in offer art.
Weetabix pocket art.
Weetabox box art.
Weetabix Thrills in 3-D art.
Weetabix 3-D animal cards and Thrills in 3-D and mail-in viewer offer. Weetabix VistaScreen viewers came in at least two colors, red and cream.

Lucky Charms box art.
Lucky Charms with Star Wars Episode 1 The Phantom Menace 3-D artwork.

Sugar Crisp 3-D glasses and cards.
Sugar Crisp 3-D glasses with Roy Rogers anaglyphic cards.

1941 Kelloggs Corn Flakes box art.

Kellogg's Corn Flakes 1941 3-D stereoscope viewer and cards 25 cent mail-in offer.

Star Trel The Next Generation hologram prize.

Star Trek The Next Generation Honey Gram Cookies cereal offered six hologram sticker prizes.

Honey Nut Cheerios box art.

Honey Nut Cheerios with Garfield 3-D book and glasses.

Monkees flicker ring box art

Monkees flicker ring box artPuffa Puffa Rice with Monkees Flicker Ring.


In the what were they thinking category: Something Brewery Crunch Berries Milkshake IPA with anaglypic 3-D can.

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Amityville 3-D UK Hardcover Book (1984)

Amityville 3-D book cover art.

United Kingdom Amityville 3-D hardback book cover art. Published in 1984.

PEP cereal box art.

Here is a 1951 Pep cereal box with a lenticular Magic Moving Picture Eye prize. There were 16 different images to collect including Bob Hope, William Holden, Bobby Riggs, Tom Corbett Space Cadet, Clyde Beatty (famous wild animal trainer), Mark Trail (star of comics), Mark Trail's dog Andy, American Airlines hostess, Douglas Skyrocket Jet Plane, locomotives, and more.

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Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D Lobby Cards

Movie theatre lobby cards usually come in sets of 8 cards. Here are the cards that promoted the Jason Vorhees horror flick Friday the 13th Part 3 in 3-D.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

Friday the 13th Part 3 lobby card art.

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3-D Wishlist - It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World

It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World cast photo.

We would like to see a 3-D version of It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. What movies would you like to see converted to 3-D and released on 3-D Blu-ray?

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Ben-Hur Lenticular Lobby Card (1959)

Ben-Hur lobby card art.

A couple of 1959 Ben-Hur lenticular lobby cards are currently being offered in online auctions. One buyer is asking $350 and the other $845. The lobby card has a 3-D effect with the horses coming out of the image. The letters and statue are also in 3-D.

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