Blender pulls a rabbit out of the hat

Published in Technology & Computing

Ever wondered how far you could go with Open Source software? 

Lockwood Publishing is quietly pioneering a revolution in mobile gaming, which has implications way beyond the gaming universe, writes David Valjalo

Clock speeds may have been static for a decade, but everything else about PCs is changing. Neil Roberts describes the latest tech.

New technology from 3D-4U Inc. makes its debut at Washington State University’s Martin Stadium. And it may be headed to a screen near you.

A team of physicists from the Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh has developed a laser-based technology that can take millimetre-precise 3D images up to a kilometre away from an object.

Practical 3D Filmmaking

Published in Production

Karl Schodt is an experienced 3D filmmaker. He believes that 3D's time is still to come; but come it will, and it will be soon

An amazing glimpse into the (cartoon) future.

Published in Post & VFX

Futurama is about as 2D as a skillfully drawn cartoon can be. But seeing a visualisation of it in 3D is breathtaking!

Architect Asif Khan has created a huge screen that can display images in 3D. It is being used on the Megafon Pavilion at the Sochi Winter Olympics to promote their brand

3D Projection-Mapped Performance Art

Published in Technology & Computing

Multi-discipline artist ‘A dandypunk’ blurs the line between fantasy and reality in his captivating piece The Alchemy of Light.

Playable Tokyo 3D projection map

Published in Technology & Computing

For some time, projection mapping has been a hot way for artists and advertisers to engage their audiences. Recently, the technology has gone interactive, as evidenced by a playable website called Tokyo City Symphony.

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