FREE Wild Things Free software to easily design and print patterns for hats, bags, footwear, and other fun stuff. Wild Things is now available on the iPad App store. FREE Wild Things Features Wild Things! Sculptris Focus as an artist on pure creativity Enter Sculptris, a fun and engaging way to start off your digital sculpting journey! If you're new to the world of digital sculpting, Sculptris is the ideal ground on which to get started. If on the other hand you're experienced in CG, we offer you ZBrush. With our award-winning software, ZBrush, released more than a decade ago, Pixologic, makers of ZBrush and Sculptris, has become recognized for bringing ground-breaking innovations into the world of digital art. Sculptris Artist: Taron Baysal
Autodesk Project Pinocchio Recall what I mentioned when Project Pinocchio first launched: We will continue to offer desktop applications bundled into Suites for years to come; however, eventually you are going to want to do everything from your mobile phone or tablet device. Yes we could port our powerful applications to iPhones and the wide variety of flavors of Android devices, attempting to account for the particulars of each one, or we can make our applications available as services from servers in the cloud with lots of CPU power and memory suited to the job. As a step in this direction, the Media & Entertainment (M&E) division asked you to try your hand at character generation using a web-based solution.
Mug Music: Turn Water Into an Instrument with Arduino and ChucK What if you could turn any conductive surface into an instrument? Like, say...a mug of water? Best of all, it's cheap; you'll only need $1 worth of extra electrical components (not including the Arduino). The ShellyLib Home Page - Start ShellyLib is a small library to create shapes and textures of seashells and snails. The most prominent applications using ShellyLib are the seashell custom object for The Mops/Ayam and the Shell Laboratory. The Shell Laboratory is real fun to play with. Just drag some sliders and see your changes immediately take effect in a realtime calculated and OpenGL rendered representation of the shell!
Theremin based Musical Baguette For this part, I have used this tutorial and haven't changed anything. The weak part in my system was the antenna: thinner than the one adviced and not in a ring shape, because I then put it inside the baguette. Note: I recently used a coke can as an antenna and it worked even better than with a cable. If you followed the tutorial. DAZ Studio Think of DAZ Studio as a complete virtual photo and film studio. Real-world photo or film projects pose challenges. These begin with scouting for places to shoot, and end when you have all of the images or footage you need. Scheduling is a tricky and costly affair that can go wrong for any number of reasons. In contrast, things get a lot more fun when you can: Schedule studio time whenever you want Have actors who are always ready when you are Move cameras, lights, actors, and props easily Control and change the appearance of every item in the scene instantly Achieve excellent results in hours or even minutes instead of days, weeks, or months
Making music with JELL-O and 10 other foods And to think, we were always told as kids not to play with our food! Over the last couple of months, we’ve seen a number of edible musical arrangements from chicken nuggets to sushi. Thanks to Nashville and Atlanta-based ad agency redpepper, we can add one more piece of food to the list: JELL-O. In an effort to “make capacitive touch more festive and jiggly,” the team created a keyboard using an [Atmel-based] Arduino and several LED lights embedded inside small JELL-O molds, each programmed to play different Piezo tones when tapped. Hungry for more meal-inspired, piano-like music?
KiCadLib: Device and Footprint Library for KiCad This is a collection of electronic device symbols and footprints for KiCad which is used by other projects on open-project.ch. Please leave a comment, if you find this library useful! Download KiCad EDA Software Suite - Kicad EDA - KiCad EDA KiCad is an EDA software suite for the creation of professional schematics and printed circuit boards up to 32 copper layers with additional technical layers. KiCad runs on Windows, Linux and Apple OS X and is released under the open-source GNU GPL v2 free of charge. If you like KiCad or are making a good living using KiCad in your toolset, you should consider donating funds used for development. CERN has put up a place to collect donations which will be used directly to support a developer.