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http://www.grillhelden.ch/

Here From Mike at allink we have a microsite for Swiss beer brewer Feldschloesschen.

Featuring a  3D  background that responds to mouse movements its a cool site and good use of pv3D

Check it out at : Link

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http://www.stickybit.com.br/

From Andrey at Stickybit comes stickybit.com ,great use of papervision3D,  cool reflective cube for the company site.

Check it out at : Link

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the profilr

“Visualise your cyber life with The Profiler and discover the scope of your interests and especially those of your friends”

From Laurent Dochy comes a Papervision3d site designed to visualise your Facebook content.

Be sure to check it out for yourself at: The Profiler

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 http://www.campiscool.com/

From our friends at Webber Design comes Camp is Cool Taking their brand of collage art to another level, here is what john from webber had to say about the new project:

” Unlike our other clients where we create a fantasy world, Camp Balcones Springs has a physical location they wanted to showcase.Camp Balcones Springs is not just another day camp and wanted a new website to reflect that fact. Our first instinct was to travel to the Camp and photograph as much of it as we could.  After a few hours we took some 800 photos of the entire facility.  The client gave us a map of the facilities which includes a river which created the back side border of the camp with a white sand beach.  We decided to turn the map upside down so our opening would come in from the beach and not from the less visually interesting highway side.

The client requested a “cartoon” feel after our first mock up, so back at the lab, we began the process of recreating the camp in 3D Flash. We stylized each image using a combination Photoshop Filters & colorizing tools.
The site ended up a perfect split between art and content. “
Check it our for yourself here : Link

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http://videomapping.hu/

” Videomapping is a special 3D projection technology which is one of the most innovative communication tools world wide. It is perfectly integratable in a global communication strategy. You can make your events and advertisments more monumental and exclusive. The special projection technique makes it possible to use it indoor or outdoor. We can project onto any object or building. We are making unique animations especially for your events that is fit in your needs. The projected animation integrates well into reality. The installation is always in movement so it can grab your spectators’ attention for a long time.
A Professional designer and animatior team is at your service to make your events and advertisments more exclusive, innovative and unforgettable”
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Be sure to check it out here :Link

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http://www.optuswhalesong.com.au/

 

 

 

From the Guys over at Boffswana Comes Optus Whale song, Use your keyboard to communicate with a whale or write a song for the whale and have an orchestra play it back to you.

A Great job and Great fun, be sure to check it out here : Link

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http://www.tate.org.uk/modern/exhibitions/unilevermiroslawbalka/explore/

From Domanic over at Champagne Valentine ,comes this site, a fully interactive site for the tenth commission in The Unilever Series for the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, “How It Is” by renowned Polish artist Miroslaw Balka.

Here’s what Domanic had to say about the project:-

“Working in close collaboration with the Tate and the artist himself, Champagne Valentine have designed the site to allow the online visitor to experience the concerns of the work via a unique 3D interface.
Champagne Valentine How It Is site combines Flash and Papervision technologies to create the essence of darkness, using complex shading algorithms to give the user the experience of an infinite landscape of audio and visual content.”

Check out the site for yourselves here

Also there will be an app for the iPhone released shortly so check iTunes store for more information  on the “How it is” app.

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