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http://www.lucid.it/

From Jason Villmer comes the release version of Lucid, it’s a Video Panorama with impressive options and it works so smoothly it’ll leave you thinking about it.

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

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http://interactive.digitalpictures.com.au/?p=392

Clint Hannaford, from digital pictures, just told me about their latest experiment with Papervision3d, and boy is it impressive. They used PV3D to build a small augmented reality demo that you can test for your self!

Find out how here:http://interactive.digitalpictures.com.au/?p=392

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http://lab.st-f.net/AS3/soundSpectrum/soundSpectrum.html

Stephane just finished a cool experiment involving a sound visualizer and 4 really cool songs, at first it seems like your run-of-the-mill visualizer but soon you start to see the craziness of it!

Be sure to check it out here: http://lab.st-f.net/AS3/soundSpectrum/soundSpectrum.html
And check the blog for more info: http://blog.st-f.net/index.php?post/1970/01/01/Sound-spectrum-Papervision-20-TweenMax-visualizer-experiment.

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http://latenightpuppeteers.com

Jess Brouse, from Late Night Puppeteers, just told me about their latest portfolio and experiments site. And after browsing through it, I have to say, that although the design might not be the best out there, it’s impressive from a technical point of view.

Be sure to check it out here: http://latenightpuppeteers.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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