The Present Through a Rear-View Mirror: Stereo D in Canadian Interiors

Canadian Interiors magazine cover and article headline "The present through a rear-view mirror" spelled backwards, and a photo of people working at computers in a darkened office
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Stereo D was featured in the September/October 2017 edition of Canadian Interiors. You can view the digital edition here.

"If you saw a summer blockbuster movie you know the work of Stereo

D, a high-tech media firm (part of the Deluxe Entertainment Services

Group) that renders stereoscopic 3D content for major motion pictures

(and will soon add animation to its new Canadian unit). Its

sprawling 46,000-sq.-ft. digital studio, with help from Toronto-based

Quadrangle, is now up and running in half of what was (until five years

ago) the Canada Bread Factory, located in the heart of Liberty Village,

a mix of century-old industrial plants and new residential buildings

that the company describes as appropriated by creative and tech agencies

based on a predominantly youthful demographic."