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360° 3D Mapping Projection with Rabarama

360° 3D Mapping Projection with Rabarama

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Dreamoc Scandinavia 360 Scandinavian design has since the 1950s been equivalent to elegance and simplicity produced in high quality. The basic idea is to make useful and stunning products available not only to the wealthy, but also the common man who wants to enjoy the combination of beauty and function. By using modern production facilities and durable materials, Scandinavia has evolved to become one of the most respected and well-known regions for contemporary design. At first glance you will experience the minimalistic design of the Scandinavia series, but beneath the surface of the new Dreamoc is the advanced technology of our digital signage products, which gives you an exceptional and thrilling experience of 3D holographic projection, not compromising Realfiction’s basic idea of combining a physical product with holographic 3D content, which is the cornerstone of our product philosophy.

Soundwave Bracelets This is such a cool idea. It’s a custom bracelet of a soundwave rendered in 3D. The bracelet is “designed” by the waveform of the message it encodes. And they’re a steal of a deal at $18. Clever Photoshop Master Stars In All of His Own Crazy Manipulations While some people use Photoshop to make themselves look better, this Argentinian digital artist uses it to make himself look hilarious. Starring in the scenes of his wildest dreams or worst nightmares, Martin De Pasquale is a digital magician, creating surreal, situations for himself to be a part of. From trimming his facial hair with a lawnmower, to turning his tongue into a diving board for mini Martins to jump off, his ideas will certainly make you smile. And he shares some of his secrets in the PS Speed Art video below! Check out more of his original photo manipulations on Pinterest, Behance, and Facebook. Via:

Git So, what is Git in a nutshell? This is an important section to absorb, because if you understand what Git is and the fundamentals of how it works, then using Git effectively will probably be much easier for you. As you learn Git, try to clear your mind of the things you may know about other VCSs, such as Subversion and Perforce; doing so will help you avoid subtle confusion when using the tool.

EMF Technology Waterscreen Projection Show Just imagine a 25m high wall of water appearing from nowhere coupled with high power Video, slide, lighting and laser projections. The effects are truly amazing. We are probably one of the only worldwide suppliers that can offer a full multimedia projection and special effects package from our stock range. Worth1000 Home Welcome fans of If you're looking for Worth's amazing creative content, then you've rocked up to the right place! Just in case you missed the news, is now part of - and we've preserved all the amazing Worth1000 content here so you can search the archives to find old favorites and new contest art. We're delighted to have Worth1000's talented users and their treasure trove of imaginative and original content, built over many years, as part of our design community. But enough of that, we assume you want to get on with checking out some great design tips, brilliant creative contests, or even find some paid design jobs.

Phaistos Disc The Phaistos Disc (also spelled Phaistos Disk, Phaestos Disc) is a disk of fired clay from the Minoan palace of Phaistos on the Greek island of Crete, possibly dating to the middle or late Minoan Bronze Age (2nd millennium BC). It is about 15 cm (5.9 in) in diameter and covered on both sides with a spiral of stamped symbols. Its purpose and meaning, and even its original geographical place of manufacture, remain disputed, making it one of the most famous mysteries of archaeology. This unique object is now on display at the archaeological museum of Heraklion. The disc was discovered in 1908 by the Italian archaeologist Luigi Pernier in the Minoan palace-site of Phaistos, and features 241 tokens, comprising 45 unique signs, which were apparently made by pressing hieroglyphic "seals" into a disc of soft clay, in a clockwise sequence spiraling toward the disc's center. Discovery

Pulsing fluidic heart micropump I made this vacuum driven, absolutely silent !! heart micro-pump as a byproduct of my playing with microfluidics. It works pretty fine as a pump, pumping some milliliters per minute, but I prefer to consider it as a first step towards a "gadget" such as a fake but cool heart rate monitor or a pulsing fluidic heart pendant, because of the natural looking "heart beat". Any other ideas are welcome. In any case it works on the same principle as a REAL HEART. Two expanding and contracting chambers (heart shaped) push fluid through one-way valves, thereby establishing a directional flow instead of just oscillatory motion of fluid.

Photo Manipulation - 40 Examples of Incredible Photo Manipulation Photo manipulation is an ever evolving collaboration between photography and graphic design. Combining certain elements to create a unique image, that can convince even the most experienced set of eyes, requires a very creative set of skills. Because the manipulation of a photo gives a realistic view of an unreal picture, you should have an open mind when gathering ideas on how to get creative with your images. Photo manipulations are a great source for inspiration, generally because designers are able to express their creativity through various aspects of design. Several of the following images contain illustrative elements, while others display a more realistic approach.

Mirrors - JDSU (Photonics Handbook A mirror is an important element in many optical systems. Its basic function is to redirect light, often with the purpose of making an optical system more compact. This article discusses the kinds of thin-film coatings that can be used for mirrors. The choice of coating depends on the application, including the spectral range of interest, the optical wavefront quality desired and the cost limitations.

It's a Sphere! The Inside Story of Nexus Q, Google's Music Hardware Gamble When Nexus Q is turned on, its LED light ring dances to the beat and rhythm of the music. Photo: Ariel Zambelich/Wired SAN FRANCISCO — Sharing music with friends used to be intimate, even messy. We visited each other’s homes with stacks of records, and plundered album sleeves until vinyl littered the floor. Everyone negotiated song choices in real time, and when consensus proved impossible, DJ duties fell to whomever reached the turntable first. animations An experiental 3D-animation from my image of NGC 6752 I have tested a new method to publish my 3D-images as a form of Lenticular prints. For this technique to work, I need series of images from different angles, in this case 24 images are needed. Lenticular printing is actually an old technique but in past few years it has become much more sophisticated. The results can be stunning visually, image plane disappears and object floats in and outside of the frame.

Improve your Web-Design Lifestyle with these Cool Gadgets How do you imagine typical web designers of today? We could describe them as insatiable collectors of the latest gadgets and gizmos, always dressed in graphic tees like these, your go-to font of knowledge for all things tech, etc… You see them out and about on their eco-friendly bicycles for which they just couldn’t live without any of these accessories; they have a passion for design, coffee-table books, retro decor, and there may even be traces of geek chic up to their most personal possessions. Animation basics: Homemade special effects - TED-Ed For the first recorded disappearing act, and our inspiration for 'teleportation', watch "The Conjuror" by George Melies (1899).The word pixilation, which refers to the use of humans in Stop Motion Animation, is attributed to Grant Munro, one of the collaborators on the 1952 film, "Neighbours", directed by Norman McLaren.Most recently, the pixilated film Luminaris (2011) by Juan Pablo Zaramella was nominated for an Oscar© in 2012.And be sure to check out PES’ Human Skateboard pixilation and Jan Svankmeyer’s film “Food”!View more pixilation collaborations by Aaron Hughes & TED-Ed's Lisa LaBracio at Aaron's Vimeo Page. To make your very own Stop Motion Animations & Pixilations at home, all you will need is a camera, or any device that captures images, and an app or software that will sequence the images.We love how easy it is to animate now with various apps for your phone & tablets. This lesson was directed by Aaron Hughes. You can see more of his work here.