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Published on Mar 30, 2012
It's one of the country's most bizarre classroom experiences. The dozen or so students-all wearing sunglasses-are listening to the professor's lecture. But they're not outside squinting against the sun, they're deep inside the TV studios at Curry College in Milton, MA, learning how to produce 3D video content. It's a first-of-its-kind class on the East Coast.
"Students were a bit skeptical in the beginning," explains Jerry Gibbs, professor at Curry and director of the college's television and digital video curriculum. "But then you watch the 3D image come to life on our big screen 3D television, and you know this is going to be huge."