3D Vector Graphics by Eric Schaepler

Check out an Arduino generated 3D rotating cube, displayed on a vintage radar CRT. This project is by Sunnydale resident Eric Schaepler, a Google hardware engineer by day, and a serious maker by night. For more information on Eric and this project check out: 3D Vector Graphics on a WWII […]

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The First 3D Animation

This is believed to be the world’s first computer-generated 3D animation. This sequence was created in 1972 by 3D visionary Ed Catmull and Fred Parke at the University of Utah. Ed has held instrumental roles in the entertainment field. One position at Industrial Light & Magic computer graphics division at […]

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Nimslo 3D Camera

The Nimslo is a stereo camera that produces 3D pictures which can be viewed without glasses. This was done through the magic of Lenticular printing. Unfortunately, today there are no known labs that can make lenticular prints from film. The Nimslo uses common 35 mm film in 135 film format […]

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“Right Brain” by Elevenplay & Rhizomatiks

Check out “Right Brain”, the latest work of Japanese artist Daito Manabe. The performance video features a team of dancers in a virtual world of 3D projected motion graphics. For more information and to check out a video of the camera system used to create this work please visit the […]

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“Textscape” by Hongtao Zhou

An examination of an interactive reading process for a general audience as well as for blind people this series of work has text variations of braille, language characters, calligraphies and number systems. Chinese Artist, Hongtao Zhou creates 3D documents to reemphasis printing in modern technological world. Printing technology was first […]

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“as·phyx·i·a” from Maria Takeuchi

as·phyx·i·a is a collaborative effort and experimental film created by Maria Takeuchi with Frederico Phillips and performed by Shiho Tanaka. The project is an effort to explore new ways to use and/or combine technologies and different fields in an experiment without many of the common commercial limitations. The performance is […]

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“House of Cards” by Radiohead

In Radiohead’s video for “House of Cards”, no cameras or lights were used. Instead, 3D plotting technologies collected information about the shapes and relative distances of objects. The video was created entirely with visualizations of that data. Nominations 2009 – Grammy (Best Short Form Music Video) – UK VMA (Best […]

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“Osmose” by Char Davies

Real-time video capture of immersive environment “Osmose” by Char Davies, during a fly-through performance at the Musée d’art contemporain, Montréal, August 1995. Osmose (1995) is an immersive interactive virtual-reality environment installation with 3D computer graphics and interactive 3D sound, a head-mounted display and real-time motion tracking based on breathing and […]

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