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Gamasutra speaks with Cardboard Sword artist Keith Duke-Cox about hand-drawing normal maps to add a sense of visual depth to their 2D platformer, The Siege and the Sandfox. ...
Mars may not be as dry as it looks. NASA and the United States Geological Survey (USGS) have used instruments onboard the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) to analyze the vertical structure and thickness of buried ice sheets, which preserve a detailed record of the Red Planet's past and could provide future human explorers with an easily-accessible water supply...Continue Reading 3D scans rev
$(document).ready(function() { SampleGalleryV2({"containerId":"embeddedSampleGallery_9690803839","galleryId":"9690803839","isEmbeddedWidget":true,"selectedImageIndex":0,"isMobile":false}) });YI Technology, in partnership with Google's VR team, has announced its Horizon VR180 stereoscopic 3D camera. The VR180 takes advantage of Google's format of the same name, which allows for viewing of 180° mat
the design features unique, stereoscopic patterns, inspired by a flow of air travelling across the body of a moving vehicle.The post a 3D facade of 7,553 tiles wraps KIA’s experience centre with algorithmic patterns appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Nature photographer Morten Hilmer recently headed to Norway to track and photograph musk oxen. These beautiful animals make an excellent subject and Hilmer is a very passionate photographer. You really have to be passionate to withstand nearly zero-degree (Fahrenheit) temperatures and cold winds. In the pair of videos below, we get to go behind the scenes with Hilmer on his photographic journey,
the town of fengjing in shanghai, china, recently put the world's first 3D printed bus station into service for public transportation.The post 3D printed bus shelter offers a canopy of recycled materials in china appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
these medical models are making their way into hospitals around the world as medical professionals begin to recognize their value. The post 3D printed liver models identify patient-specific anatomies appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Want an interesting idea for turning your digital photo into something tangible that you can hold? Look into the lithophane, the centuries-old technique of carving an image into a piece of translucent material to create a 3D image. Photographer Daniel DeArco recently turned a photo into a lithophane with 3D printing, and he documented the experience in the 4-minute video above.“Lithophanes
Photographer Adam Gibbs headed into the British Columbian woodlands to chase some light. Golden Ears Provincial Park, to be more specific. Golden Ears is a second growth forest, which means that it has been regrown following a timber harvest. This affords the area a certain patterned appearance and features many trees of similar size. This can be a very neat look and is great for photography. Arm
these cloudy specimen capture the joy and the sorrow, the vulnerability and the freedom, of contemporary, isolated, living.The post 3D prints illustrate 12 diverse new yorkers with one thing in common: they live alone  appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.


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