Stereographer and Camera Operator Noel Archambault was involved in virtually all of the large-format films shot to date, and served as stereographer and camera operator for T-REX: Back to the Cretaceous, The IMAX Nutcracker, The Hidden Dimension, L5: First City In Space and The Last Buffalo.

Archambault studied film at Simon Fraser University where he developed a 16mm 3D camera system which he used to shoot George Norris in Depth, winning several student film awards. He began his career with the National Film Board of Canada working as part of the camera team on Transitions, the first large-format 3D film ever made, which debuted at Expo '86 in Vancouver, Canada.

After serving as first assistant camera on Niagara: Miracles, Myths & Magic, he joined forces with Imax Corporation to further 3D research, and helped design a new IMAX 3D camera. He became stereographer and camera operator for Imax's Echoes of the Sun and the 3D feature The Last Buffalo, which both premiered at Expo '90 in Osaka.