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Archive for October, 2008

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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JosuĂ© 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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Kirit Tanna, from iGOA, just told me about their latest website, and first time with Papervision3d, Otto Restaurant.
This has to be the coolest website for a restaurant out there with cool soundtracks and a great layout. With a minimalist approach to navigation and cool content it’s definitely a great experience.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.otto-restaurant.com

Props also go to Onur Erdem who was responsible for the design.

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Leonardo Berdu, from Wunderman Brazil, just told us about his latest project for Nokia. A kind of store locator using papervision3d, a cool simple concept that illustrates that sometimes less is more.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.nokia.com.br/A41253005

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The good folks at BLITZ just released a Nascar Result simulator for ESPN. They’ve achieved a really cool experience and fun game.

Be sure to check it out here: http://sports.espn.go.com/resultssimulator/

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The good folks at Ledjam just released their new website. They’ve created a free roaming world filled with content. With very cool performance and smoothness.

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

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