Friday, November 16, 2012

3D Pioneer Ray Zone Passes Away at 65

Los Angeles, CA, USA -- Ray Zone, considered the "3D King of Hollywood" passed away Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles.  In addition to being a practitioner of the stereographic arts, Ray was a historian and author, as well as advocate for 3D productions for large format theaters, attractions, theme parks.  Eric Kurland, President of the Los Angeles 3-D Club released the following statement:

Ray passed away on Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles. He leaves a long legacy as an author, publisher, historian, photographer, filmmaker and artist. A longtime advocate of stereography as an art form, he earned the title "King of 3-D Comics" for publishing or producing the 3-D separations for over 130 3-D comic books. Ray was a longtime member and past President of the LA 3-D Club, and was currently serving as the club's Vice President.

InPark News Editor Joe Kleiman has posted his memories of Ray along with three of Ray's articles on large format and attraction cinema at ThemedReality.com

An obit can be found at The Hollywood Reporter.