From Santiago Ortiz, over at Moebio comes a retro 3d visualization of a Voronoi city, a great work indeed.
Be sure to check it out here: http://moebio.com/research/voronoicity/
From Gerb Sterrenburg comes a followup on a previous experiment, and this time it’s even more mind-blowing as no special hardware is needed, you really have to see the video to see the awesomeness of the work that Gerb, along with StrafWerk did.
So be sure to check the video on his blog: http://www.gerbster.nl/2009/04/07/head-tracking-in-flash/
From Michael Domanski comes a really cool experiment that includes one of my favorite games EVE online here’s his say:
It’s completely un-optimized and the model used is over 4000 tris, but I’m already working on <500 tri equivalents to keep fps as high as possible.
I only hope those glow effects and hi-res skybox don’t kill me too soon 🙂
PS. To achieve somewhat acceptable skybox quality I had to use doctored 6x 512×512 textures – otherwise they looked too pixelated.
Preferably I’d use some HDR rendering, but is it possible in PV3D&Flash without a tremendous hit on performance?
I’m definitely staying with low quality so texture diffusing is out of question, what do You think?
Be sure to check it out here:link
And leave your comments on where to go next.
From Oliver Astrologo, over at Studio Hangloose comes a great toy and a brilliant example of how cool Papervision3D and FLAR can be. I won’t tell you more you’ll have to try it yourself! I’ll say though it very very cool, congrats Oliver!
Check it out here: http://www.studiohangloose.it/en/blog/436/augmented-reality/
From Derek Knox comes a cool project about the table of elements.
Derek told me that his project is still very much in the making and was hoping to get some input on how to better improve the experience.
So be sure to leave your thoughts 😉
As for me, I would add the elements as cubes and make them the size of their number 😉
And congrats on the cool project!
Check it out here: http://www.elements3d.circstar.com/
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From New Zealand, comes a nice application that the good folks over at The Warehouse released. Now I could tell you all about it, but it’s better for you go there and watch the video yourselves! In one word brilliant!
Be sure to check it out here: http://valentines.thewarehouse.co.nz/
Ps, cheers to Robin Southgate for the submission.