Archive for April, 2009«Previous Entries Wednesday, April 29th, 2009
Pano pro offers this lens to capture 360 degrees, ideal for generating HDRI images and panoramic photographs of locations.
LinkWednesday, April 29th, 2009
Second Skin is developing a motion capture system that does not require costumes, sophisticated cameras or sensors.
It uses an infrared spotlight and photoreceptors that can be integrated into the clothing of the actor, allowing use in any location at ridiculous costs compared to existing mocap equipment.
LinkMonday, April 27th, 2009
In recent weeks, coinciding with the NAB in Las Vegas, came forward and announced several developments related to 3D and post-production software.
On the one hand Autodesk introduced upgrades to its high-end applications for visual effects: Inferno, Flame, Smoke, Toxik, Lustre, Flint and the progress of a new program called Flare.
On the other [...]
This video demonstrates using the new GLSL shaders for real-time visualization in Blender applied in the reconstruction inside the human body.
Ojo video that can impress.
LinkSaturday, April 25th, 2009
Google introduced an open-source API called O3D, this is a 3D engine that will allow browsers to interact with a website in real time, like a video game. Watch the video, very promising!«Previous Entries