Archive for June, 2008

Today I bring you one of my own creations, here’s what Phil Suter (the consultant for this project) has to say about it:

orange8.com is the corporate website of the Swiss web agency orange8 interactive ag. It’s done in Papervision3d and has some nice features like project gallery, readable URLs, alternate site for search engines and users without flash player and more.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.orange8.com/

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Kees van Dorp just posted a nice Papervision3d gallery “for the (dutch) zero- and first issue magazines collection […]
It is the largest collection of magazines from 1980 and contains over a 1000 issues
At first sight it might seem as just another gallery, but as you browse trough it you’ll find some nice goodies.

Check it out here: http://www.babynrs.nl/

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13flo is the personal porfolio of Florian Bernard, and it’s an amazing one. Not only the design is slick, the motion is smooth, there’s also a nice little 2d ape physics going on. Plus you can download the source and see how it was done for yourself.
Congrats flo!

Check it out here: http://www.13flo.com/

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UVE Just released their latest Papervision3d artwork, a beautiful microsite for the new Mercedes CLC. It’s by far one of the best uses I’ve seen for Papervision3d, you can drive the new CLC that’s modeled with great detail and you can even feel the suspension at work, brilliant work!
Also there’s a nice PV3d gallery to show off the CLC.

Check it out here: http://www.mercedes-benz.es/CLC/

*note: due to the high poly model, some of the slower machines might not be able to see it with it’s full potential.

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Patrick Cheatham just brought to my attention an open source project by himself and Zephyr Renner, Flashpanos.
Flashpanos is an opensource flash panorama player with plugin support and it’s currently looking for help from the comunity.
It surely looks like a cool project and they have acheived some cool results, be sure to check them out at http://flashpanos.com/.
Most recent post:

Most recent example:

Most recent Source:

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Carlos Lunetta just finished his latest experiment for Terratv it’s a beautiful ‘commercial’ featuring Seb’s particle class and his own craftsmanship to achieve a very cool result.

Be sure to check it here: http://www.terra.com.br/TerratvatCannes2008ingles/index.htm

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Silent SONB

Silent SONB just finished his first PV3D project and has achieved a cool result, it has a simple, yet cool gallery of his works and smooth animations.

Check it out: http://www.silentsonb.com/

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Our good friend Ralph Hauwert will give a nice pre-event workshop over at FITC named Papervision3D From the Core, here’s the description:

In this one day course we will cover a great part of the capabilities of the Papervision3D API for Flash. From concept to execution Ralph Hauwert will take you through the process of creating an implementation of the Papervision3D api, be it an application or website. During the day we will cover Papervision3D hands-on, with narrative by one of the developers of the API.

Relevant links:
Ralph’s workshop: http://www.fitc.ca/presentation_detail.cfm?festival_id=62&presentation_id=724
FITC full event details: http://www.fitc.ca/event_detail.cfm?festival_id=62

So for those of you who can attend, it’s a must!

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Lets Haka

Today we have one from our good friend Gabor. He build a cool website for the Euro’08 where you and your mates can upload your faces and make your own haka!

So don’t wait and go get yours now at: http://www.letshaka.com/

*Update: At the moment the project is down due to legal issues, we’ll bring you more on this as soon as we know it

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Today I bring one of my favorite topics, by one of my favorite companies, TEDSphere by Bestiario, that give you an interactive network space with the video contents of the TED talks.
It gives us plenty of filtering options, and more important relations between the talks, and as usual with Bestiario in a very cool and unsual way.

So be sure to check it at: http://www.bestiario.org/research/tedsphere

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