Gordon Au first dabbled in 3D in late elementary school, when he mail-ordered prints of random-dot autostereograms from N.E. Thing Enterprises
. He tried to draw stereopair art and make ASCII autostereograms. Nowadays, he creates 3D stereophotos, stereovideos, anaglyphs, extractions, and conversions, drawing upon a variety of sources, including TV and film, artwork, NASA data, product reviews, and more. Gordon has a fondness for experimentation, including catadioptric stereos, asymmetric framing, video panning/zooming of 3D stills, x-rays and fog as depth map sources, and more.
Gordon is a member of and has presented for the New York Stereoscopic Association and the National Stereoscopic Association, and is a member of and has written for the International Stereoscopic Union. At the NSA 3D-Con 2020, his video tutorial DIY Catadioptric Stereos won the Best Show By a First-Time Presenter award, and he moderated the Special Interest Group on 3D on Social Media.
Gordon is a jazz musician, composer, and educator by trade, and leads The Grand St. Stompers and Au Brothers Jazz Band.
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