Stereoscopic 3D webcam installation above the arctic circle on Baffin Island - time lapse recording in Planet Zog studio 3000 km away. A project endorsed by the International Polar Year, and supported by the Canada Council, Parks Canada, and Qiniq.

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Note: this stereo film is already in cross view. After clicking on the link, use the 3D button to select from various Youtube Stereo 3D viewing formats.


My first remotely recorded stereoscopic film, with web cameras installed near the arctic circle, Baffin Island, Nunavut. I recorded this in my Yukon studio, 3000 km away, for a period of one year. Each channel was susceptible to the vagaries of the web, as the images traced independent routes to my server. With a low budget, and the generosity of Parks Canada, I was able to install standard web cameras in Billy Atungat’s office window. If I had a higher budget, I would use weatherproof and heated cameras outside, with more proximity to the ground for better three dimensional perspective. In this image we see the base for a radio transmission tower, next to a traditional elder’s meeting house, and behind the timeless fjord which has seen countless generations of Inuit. A collapsing of time, and remote space, as the fjord is beamed stereoscopically around the world...


This is a short time lapse sample of the one-year recording. I am in discussion with Parks Canada to set up stereo cameras on a remote radio relay station on a summit in the middle of the Cumberland Peninsula.


Billy Atungat shared the story of an old seasonal camp discovered up the fjord, used by his people long before contact. Click here for a stereo recording of his stories in this place.

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