By using origami technique Kiev based artist Jaroslav Mishchenko can create almost any object from a car and up to animals figurines. These paper 3D sculptures he paints in the proper color palette to make them look more natural.
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Young Chilean artist Wladimir Inostroza or better known as FREDO has demonstrated incredible talent by drawing these mind-blowing 3D pencil drawings. These perspective and depth of the effect in these sketches require patience and incredible talent to achieve. The young talented artist says that music is an integral part of his creative process, and his biggest inspiration comes from bands like Tool, Sigur Rós, and Explosions in the Sky.
Created by app designer Maybe It’s The Lighting, Stilla is a new iPhone photography app that allows users to transform photographs into striking multi-dimensional images. By simply taking two, three or more shots, the application remembers the orientation of the camera and overlays the images at angles to fill in the space between, creating a clever, interactive, three dimensional effect. Stills and grabs don’t really do the effect justice, but the following video gives more of a feel for the effect.
Like other photo apps on the market, Stilla images can be shared on social media websites such as Twitter and Facebook, or via email. Web viewing works best with the latest versions of Chrome, Safari and Firefox. Because the app relies on the gyroscope of later Apple devices to measure the orientation of the camera as photos were taken, the app is only compatible with iPhone 4, 4S, 4th generation iPod touch and iPad 2 or later.
Amazing advancements have been made in 3D-printing technology, but designer Sebastian Bertram has taken it a step further, expanding the capabilities of 3D printing to large-scale 3D building. The Contour Crafter aims to keep up with demand for housing in urban areas with a construction method that combines industrial production and the technique of rapid prototyping. The robot “prints” contours of a building shell layer by layer using fast-drying concrete. Within just a couple of weeks, an entire estate could be produced.
Fashionistas are invited to take their seats at the first fashion show to stream live in 3D when Hugo Boss presents its Boss Black Fall/Winter 2012 catwalk show May 18 from Beijing. Hugo Boss will now show what has been dubbed the first live stream 3D runway show at www.hugoboss.com, with model and designer interviews and backstage impressions also to be part of the live stream, which begins at 8.45 PM CST. While many dedicated fans have already received their own free Hugo Boss 3D glasses, it’s not too late for fashionistas hoping to watch as there are a host of YouTube tutorials on making your own pair. Meanwhile, check out the latest episode of the “Way to Beijing” video diary, which offers an insight into the workings of Boss Black menswear designer Kevin Lobo. The label has also launched a “Make your pic 3D app” via its Facebook page, allowing users to create their own 3D profile picture.
While most designers are busying adding more and more elements into their artworks, Japan-based Yuki Matsueda has, however, managed to let some elements escape from his art pieces. The result seems quite amazing… A vivid 3D image is successfully created and all the elements are believed to be more shocking than those stay still on paper.
Viewing 3D cinema is a truly gripping experience but for the 3D glasses. Besides being heavy and awkward for those already wearing numbered glasses, they are a material waste and pose a health hazard. Stix offers an easy solution by being a pair of self-adhesive sticker 3D viewing films. Simply slap them onto your current numbered glasses and enjoy your 3D movie.
The stickers are cut out a shape bigger than average glasses to ensure they cover till the rim. The concept’s approach resonates with me, since I wear glasses too and find wearing additional glasses a hassle. Hopefully the sticker in Stix will be easy to peel off and then we are assured of a winner here.
Looking at David Copithorne’s images is sort of like wearing those drunk goggles police officers make you wear for five minutes in high school to scare you out of having a good time and potentially killing yourself with booze, if those goggles were also mixed with acid. At a glance, the photographer and filmmaker’s landscapes look normal, until you realize they’ve been distorted and disrupted through obscure effects that offer a new perspective on our reality.
His latest series, 3D Geometric Photography, was shot on location in Brazil and consists mostly of beaches and rainforest landscapes, with geometric-shaped digital interferences layered on top. The shapes act like virtual magnifying glasses, highlighting parts of the photos. The artist says, “My motivation and dedication is to capture these amazing scenes that are not perceived by nonprofessional eyes.”
For this series titled “Bêtes de mode” (Fashion Animals) by HELMO, blue portraits and red animal portraits are superimposed then and displayed in the windows of the Lafayette Galleries on Hausmann Boulevard. A system of colored gels colored blue and red on the panes makes it possible to see the portrait mode sometimes, and sometimes the animal portrait. For this installation, the optical system of the gelatines of color was replaced by projection lights, – red and blue. The images are fairly large in scale (5×8 meters)… Check the method.
3D animation is something I’ve been interested in since my later years of high school. Before I was a full fledged DJ, I was studying digital animation in school, so seeing something as wildly creative as 3D digital fashion shows is an intriguing premise. I’m very used to seeing the tradition sketches, fabric samples, and countless hours of designing and re-designing from my hard working homies like Nas Moinee and Diana Legorreta. But recently the site Marvelous Designer put together a collection of videos showcasing the incredible marriage of technology and fashion design that break the tradition ‘fashion design process’ mold. If you take the time to watch all the videos it quickly becomes apparent that a new force in fashion design may be emerging.
3D is seems to be the new fad in cellphones, but price point and compatibility issues make them less desirable at the moment. Catering to this genre is the Cobble 3-D concept; it features a 4-inch 3D 16:9 HD screen giving the device more depth sans the awkward 3D glasses. The adaptive camera tracker follows your finger and anticipates your move on the screen, making the touchscreen experience smooth as silk. The Cobble takes stunning pictures thanks to the motion scroll, which adjusts the zoom and takes realistic snaps. The multiple color-back options are sick as well.
If you died and went to 3-D TV heaven then I’m sure you would find the Samsung MSTV sitting right in front, in it’s various screen-size (22,32,42,46,55, 64 inches) avatars. Keeping with Sammy’s passion for Android, this TV is a pureblood Google Android baby. And what’s more, you get to sync all your gadgets and devices remotely and splurge on gaming fun. Check the rest of the post for details.
The marriage of these two companies is very, very good. We are very good for each other,” says Jimmy Iovine, the chairman of Interscope Geffen A&M Records and co-founder of Beats By Dr. Dre with rapper/producer Dr. Dre. “With HTC’s innovation, technology and leadership, we feel we can really compete with anybody in this area.”
Instructables members ‘Chr and Chiller’ created this nifty dynamic LED cube; in a wonderfully soundtracked YouTube video, they make the convincing case that you really want an 8×8×8 LED cube and why don’t you have one, there’s so much cool stuff you could do with it. Fortunately, being Instructables members, they have put together a handy guide for making one yourself. My question is how much time and code something as complex as an 8x8x8 cube would take to program, and once you got that down, then how the hell would you attack more detailed cubes like the one below designed by Night Works.
Japanese electronics giant Toshiba plans to market the world’s first 3D television that does not need special glasses later this year, a report said on Tuesday. Toshiba will unveil three models of the television, which will cost several thousand dollars, before Christmas, the Yomiuri Shimbun said. The company has developed a new system that emits a number of rays of light with various angles from the screen so that viewers can see stereoscopic images without glasses, the daily said.
“People can enjoy images in three dimensions from various positions and suffer less stress,” it said. Japan’s major electronics makers launched 3D television this year, but sales have not been as strong as expected while many customers have complained of being irritated by the glasses.
Its rare that I re-post something so quickly, but so many people have asked me about the Graffiti Analysis video I found, and asked if there was any more content on it. The original video was put up on vimeo by Evan Roth, and he has two more “Graffiti Analysis” demonstrations that really wowed me, so check the method below.
Graffiti Analysis is an extensive ongoing study in the motion of graffiti. Custom software designed for graffiti writers creates visualizations of the often unseen gestures involved in the creation of a tag. Motion data is recorded, analyzed and archived as Graffiti Markup Language (.gml) files, a specifically formatted XML file designed to be a common open structure for archiving gestural graffiti motion data. So for all the non-nerds reading this post, what the computer talk boils down to, is an amazing visual experience that amplifies the talent of the already incredible graffiti artists who get to use this technology. Check the method below.
Toshiba introduced their Cell TV recently. It has amazing capabilities, including making bad picture good, and 2D broadcasts 3D. Check the video, prepare to be amazed.