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Scientists have developed an app that allows an ordinary smartphone to capture and display three-dimensional models of real-world objects. Instead of taking a normal photograph, a user simply moves the phone around the object of interest and after a
Photographer Alexander Khokhlov and makeup artist Valeriya Kutsan combine their skills to mesmerizing effect in "2D or not 2D," a surprising photography project that transforms model's faces into mind-bending optical illusions. Via the utter time-
The effects of participating media particles or substances that cause light to scatter are quite challenging to nail properly in animated form. Thus, computer graphic artists spend days refining these effects, utilizing complex algorithms and
D LED televisions without glasses at the 2014 International CES in , January 7-10 . LLC, a subsidiary of 3D Future Vision II, Inc., solves this problem by removing the need for glasses. The company is anticipating the launch of its line of LED
The Smithsonian has released a new 3D modeling tool, complete with scans of some of its most famous objects. The scans themselves are pretty gorgeous, with aerial and rotating views (check one out below the fold), but the coolest application is that
Rapid Prototype In the past, the challenge of mass manufacturing was that a product had to be perfect, and its process of assembly had to be exact before it could be copied and shipped millions of times. In the not too distant past, this required
The Ender's Game movie includes a lot of props that were created via 3-D printer... and this could be the wave of the future. Ars Technica speculates that 3-D printing could make model-creation cheap enough, and easy enough, to give CG a run for its
Our exhibition aims to shine a light on the latest developments and discuss where the technology may take us in future.' 3D: printing the future will introduce the latest technology and process behind 3D printing and take visitors on a journey
Pixar offered a rare but telling look inside exactly how much work goes in to creating a single scene. The company shared six iterations of a scene from "Monsters University," confirming that making a Pixar film is more complicated than even expected.
Moviestorm is a 'virtual movie studio' of prebuilt costumes, props and animations, and a functionality for the production of 3D animations. The software is an offshoot of the 'Machinima' movement, which sprang up when players of 'First Person Shooter'