Archive for December, 2008


Jani Hiltunen just told me about their latest creation, in his own words “The goal was to make something light, that looks little like traditional website not to scare away older executives. But still to look flashy”

Be sure to check it out here:http://www.jhd-p.com/

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Chu Yue


I came across this one on the Papervision3d list and thought it deserved a post.
It’s a chinese website, and I don’t understand much of it, but i do know a beautiful work when i see one.
Congrats to the author.

So be sure to check it out here: http://www.chuyue.net/v5/

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Today we have a special one from FullSix Paris, here’s their say:

“To celebrate Christmas, FullSix Paris created an Advent Calendar for the SNCF’s membership program (France’s national railway system). Every day a different gift of the SNCF’s gift catalogue is on promotion : “Mam’zelle” Noëlle – Santa Claus’ lesser known daughter – presents each gift in a quirky sketch. “Mam’zelle” Noëlle is played by Axelle Laffont, renowned French comedian, who adds an edge to this typical holiday tradition.”

Also a high note for the physics interaction and quality of the whole site.
PV3D was used to create the 3D calendar and Glaze Physics engine to animate Christmas decor .

So be sure to check it out here:http://www.laventdutrain.com/

Credits :
Account Manager: Paul Boulangé
Artistic Director: Elric Petit
Developer: Bertrand Larrieu

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Christoph Maurer just finished a cool Papervision3D project for Spacemark design agency. They’ve done a playful yet somber experience that focus on the content, with some cool transitions and lovely backgrounds. Overall nothing groundbreaking but a very good application of Papervision3d.

Be sure to check it out here: http://spacemark.de/

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Eric Decker, from Firstborn Multimedia, told me about their latest work for Sport Chalet and TM Advertising.

They did an amazing job with a the help of Cinema 4D and a nice custom VRML importer. The overall experience is really cool with a highlight on the transitions, which feature a really cool ‘explosion’ of the mountain into the background.
Congrats guys!

Check it out here: http://www.sportchalet.com/the-mountain/

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Nate, from Dynamic Net Creations, just published a really cool demo, complete with source, of an inverse kinematic arm that will perform handwriting. Really cool stuff and most definitely worth checking out.
Kudos to Nate!

Check it out here: http://dynamicnetcreations.com/blog/?p=44

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Today we have another one from Pete Shand, over at IDStudios. And another site for a tv show, this time Robin Hood.
Similar to the previous one it’s based on a panorama concept with a few twists.

Be sure to check it out here: http://uktv.com.au/robinhood/

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Michael Battle, from BCM, just told us about their latest creation for Big Brown Box.
It features, yes you guessed it, a Big Brown Box with which you can interact. It has one of the coolest preloaders i’ve seen out there, and the site itself is well done and playful.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.competition.bigbrownbox.com.au/

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Pete Shand, from IDStudios, just told me about their latest work for the Mad Men tv show. He chose PV3d for the transitions and did a cool job with it. Making it subtle yet smooth.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.movienetwork.tv/MadMen/

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