There is a dimension beyond that which is known to VJs. It is a dimension as vast as space and as timeless as infinity. It lies between the pit of man’s fears and the summit of his knowledge, between that semester when he was totally doing great at math and the one where he started to fail Calculus. This is the dimension of imagination. It is an dimension we call … the z axis.

Yes, three-dimensional visuals are here. And people look super cute and mod in those 3D glasses.

We covered the possibilities of the third dimension recently:

Next Projection Frontier, Going 3D? Head Tracking, Stereoscopy

Fortunately, cameras were there to capture the party at Thunderdome, a visual event in Boston. Check out the video at top. See also:

Now, the next challenge: how do you get 3D visuals at live events to work better, to work so well that people can’t resist putting on the glasses, but can move around the space — while drinking — and still see the 3D transformations properly?

Discuss, ye great scientists of the eyes.