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Vivian Walworth Obituary
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July 22, 2018

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January 11, 2018
Fond memories of Vivian and Jean "Skip" Dillman, who were the Girl Scout leaders in my troop in 1955. We were their first group of girls, our sophomore year in high school. They were such an important influence in my life. I usually visited Vivian whenever I was in Concord seeing my mother. Vivian and Skip were lifelong friends even though they lived on opposite sides of the country.
My condolences to all her family.
Rachel Billings Trobaugh
Racine, WI
September 6, 2016
I was one of Vivian's Mariner Girl Scouts, and that experience changed my life in such a positive way. I will always be thankful for the opportunities that she provided for myself and other girl scouts at the time.
Mary Nucefora Buck
June 20, 2016
To Vivian's family,
I am so sad to learn of Vivian's death. She was a remarkable woman whom I met through the Boston Mycological Club, and I enjoyed the legendary Beast Feast she threw each year. She passed her love of nature on to her family and I hope that the beauty of the natural world is a comfort to you now as you remember her.
June 14, 2016
Dear friends of Vivian,

We have lost another primary pillar of our stereoscopic 3D community, and we shall miss her deeply. It was with profound sadness that we learned of her passing, and memories of those decades when she was with us year after year passed in review. She set such an extraordinary example, with her long scientific career, her memberships in imaging-related professional societies, her adventurous trips to far-flung places such as Fiji, her generous mentoring of us in our shared passion for the advancement of 3D display technologies, all while also living a full family life with her husband and children. Even as she progressed into her later years, she maintained the acumen and vitality to travel year after year to our annual Stereoscopic Displays & Applications conference in California, chairing paper sessions and presenting papers, despite challenges to her health. At Polaroid, where she worked with our dearly departed 3D colleague Steve Benton, she was instrumental in the development of circularly polarized 3D glasses, which are now the standard in 3D cinema projection. Our community will long remember her and miss her warm and familiar presence at our gatherings.

With love and respect from Vivian's colleagues at our stereoscopic 3D conference