Los Angeles, CA, USA — Ray Zone, considered the “3D King of Hollywood” passed away Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles. In addition to being a practitioner of the stereographic arts, Ray was a historian and author, as well as advocate for 3D productions for large format theaters, attractions, theme parks. Eric Kurland, President of the Los Angeles 3-D Club released the following statement:
Ray passed away on Tuesday at his home in Los Angeles. He leaves a long legacy as an author, publisher, historian, photographer, filmmaker and artist. A longtime advocate of stereography as an art form, he earned the title “King of 3-D Comics” for publishing or producing the 3-D separations for over 130 3-D comic books. Ray was a longtime member and past President of the LA 3-D Club, and was currently serving as the club’s Vice President.