Rembrandt 3D's Ken Love Film "Fallingwater" Exhibiting at the Westmoreland Museum of American ArtITHACA, N.Y., June 9, 2014 — (PRNewswire) — Rembrandt 3D Corp ( rembrandt3d.com) and 3D film Producer Ken Love, announced today the successful completion of their exhibition of their 3D joint film effort, Frank Lloyd Wright's "Fallingwater in 3D." Displayed on the Rembrandt 3D No Glasses TV, at the Westmoreland Museum of American Art, in Greensburg Pa., the exhibit drew rave reviews.
Maureen Zang, public programs coordinator for the Westmoreland Museum remarked, "Seeing Fallingwater in 3D without glasses, without eye strain or artifacts on the Rembrandt 3D TV was quite amazing." She went on to say:
"The viewer response to the 3D has been overwhelming positive. Visitors are consistently surprised at the clarity of the picture and the perception of depth that is achieved. I feel privileged to have been involved in this project in making it available to the public."
The five-minute Ken Love 3D film featuring the world renowned Frank Lloyd Wright House, Fallingwater, was displayed at the Westmoreland Museum daily from April to June. Ken Love's film, "Fallingwater in 3D" has been well received at a variety of venues. After a February showing at the Fallingwater House site, the film was premiered at the New York Architects of America, (AIA) presentation honoring Frank Lloyd Wright protege, Edgar Tafel.
The event was hosted by the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library, Columbia University and the AIA NY Historic Buildings Committee. Robert Silman of Robert Silman Associates, structural engineer to Fallingwater, the Guggenheim and other iconic American architectural structures, moderated the event. Mr. Silman was particularly impressed by the richness of Frank Lloyd Wright's spatial designs as captured in the No Glasses 3D film. The film received high marks from its AIA audience for both its cinematic artistry and for the technical richness and clarity of the Rembrandt 3D No Glasses 3D image quality.
Stephen Blumenthal, Rembrandt 3D CEO noted that viewers were particularly impressed with the 'truth' of the AS3D architectural perspectives and for its 3D realism. Ken Love stated that the NY AIA crowd comments ranged from "I love it, you feel like you're in the house, it's almost like being there," to "I was just there, and the 3D realism is spot on."
Ken Love noted that the Westmoreland Museum is virtually in Fallingwater's backyard, and that seeing Fallingwater in 3D brought the house to a wider audience, exciting interest in a local phenomenon of global significance. The Westmoreland Museum is in Greensburg Pa., a short 30-minute drive from the Fallingwater House, which is located in Mill Run, Pa.
The Westmoreland Museum is currently undergoing renovations and expansions. Beginning July 17, 2013, the Westmoreland will reside at its temporary location, Westmoreland @ Route 30 (1000 Village Drive, Greensburg, PA 15601), and remain there until spring of 2015, during the expansion and renovation of the existing building.
Blumenthal went on to say, "We are delighted with the Westmoreland Museum's response to our 3D technologies artistic application. We are currently focusing on the museum exhibitions and 3D displays for office lobby art, in preparation for our Consumer AS3D product launch for fall 2014."
"At the AIA we demonstrated that the Rembrandt 3D, 4K AS3D is ready for the consumer market and I believe that the endorsements from the museum community of the Rembrandt 3D No Glasses 3DTV image quality, positions us as the undisputed leader for Picture Perfect 3DTV. Rembrandt 3D's groundbreaking advancements provide a natural, artifact free 3D experience second to none, and it's coming soon to a 'home' near you. Rembrandt 3D Auto Stereoscopic 3DTV has arrived."
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