Archive for October, 2008

I’m proud to bring you the latest work from pkage, they just finished a cool project for one of Lisbon’s hippest clubs, Musicbox.
Here’s what how they explain it:

his microsite is made to show the highlights bands in the popular dance club MusicBoxLisboa,
the mais ideia is use the logo 3d Cube to show the info. ( http://www.musicboxlisboa.com )

In this application we use the PV3D / Great White.
Slideshow / start automatic if no action are made
Random Color / change color in a custom array color

They’ve achieved a cool final result that deserves big props!
So be sure to check it out here: http://www.musicboxlisboa.com/highlights/
Or if the server is slow due to popular demand: http://www.pkage.com/clients/musicboxlisboa/

Props to: Nuno Salvaterra and Pedro Martins

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Eva Artinger recently released “you change the exhibition”, a work she did for her Master program in Digital Media.
Here’s her say:

“You change the exhibition” is a conceptual Museum 2.0 add-on for the upcoming exhibition “Taranaki Culture – Fresh out of the Box” at Puke Ariki Museum in New Zealand in 2009. It visualizes the interest of the museum visitors in each exhibition object. The project will help to find the most interesting objects of the exhibition.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.youchangetheexhibition.co.cc/

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Today we bring you a simple usage of Papervision3D from Cabana Criação, in Brazil. They produced a simple, yet smooth, gallery with a cool twist on the horizontal to vertical transition.

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

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Supergazol just released a cool website for Roger Vivier.
Here’s the press release:

In the history feature of the site, for example, one can find Roger Vivier’s
unique cut-out collages, and the famous buckle shoe, originally created for
Yves saint laurent’s mondrian collection and today reinterpreted in
multiple forms by Roger Vivier’s creative Director, bruno Frisoni.

The collections are displayed in 3D, which allows a humorous and interactive
way to discover the extraordinary shoes. the high-definition video feature
allows full screen zooms of the top-most quality. and for the couture shoes,
bruno Frisoni’s original designs are displayed with a unique elegance.
Finally, in the “carnet d’ines” (“ines’ notebook”), ines de la Fressange
shares her favourite destinations and her most recent and exciting

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

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Just came across this cool website for 10 cool bands on a cool virtual ski resort 😉 A cool concept with smooth execution.

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

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MediaCatalyst just finished a cool website for Philips Flavors, and a flavory experience they did ;).
It’s a cool concept of free navigating between videos that never seems to end, definitely worth a check.

See it here:http://www.flavors.philips.com/us_en/index.html

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I just came across what has to be one of the coolest applications for Papervision3d out there. A car configurator!
The project was done by Fullsix Paris, and it’s one of coolest websites out there, it has all the nice bells and whistles, lots of humor and a really cool model of the Twingo that even shows minute details, an awesome job!

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

Props to: Bertrand Larrieu, Florian Garcia, Florian Bernard, Mikael Bouchez.

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Daniel Schillat, from Campsafari, just released a cool Flex/E-Commerce experience with Papervision3D to give it a little extra, it’s an overall cool experience and definitely worth a look.

Check it out here: http://www.solebox.de

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Josué Palma just finished his latest work for Fashion Week Mexico. He simulated a catwalk for the content to ‘walk’ trough and did quite a cool job at it.

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

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Maxime Montegnies just told me about his latest Papervision3D Experiment a GeoCoder that gives the latitude / longitude from an address, town or country. A simple experiment but nicely done, lets hope Maxime publishes the code ;).

You can check it out here: http://www.montegnies.net/demo/geo

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