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3D (MB3D) fractal generator / rendering software

3D (MB3D) fractal generator / rendering software
Mandelbulb 3D is a free software application created for 3D fractal imaging. Developed by Jesse and a group of Fractal Forums contributors, based on Daniel White and Paul Nylander’s Mandelbulb work, MB3D formulates dozens of nonlinear equations into an amazing range of fractal objects. The 3D rendering environment includes lighting, color, specularity, depth-of-field, shadow- and glow- effects; allowing the user fine control over the imaging effects. MB3D has a devoted following of users worldwide, with on-line communities on Deviant Art and Facebook, where artists share their creations, as well as fractal formulas and software tips. Download Mandelbulb 3D version 1.8.9 (Windows) here current as of 5/2014 Download Mandelbulb 3D version 1.8.9 (Mac) here current as of 5/2014 Related:  ART 2Nenas

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blank Repository 3D Scans Tilt Brush Cart - 0 items Intro Tilt Brush is a Virtual Reality Tool that paints the Space all around you. Paint thick, three-dimensional brush strokes, smoke, stars. Video Your ideas don't have to be flat ever again. With one click AutoGif for easy sharing. Awards Nominated for three Proto Awards including Best Interaction Design, Most Innovative, and Best Overall Virtual Reality Application. Winner of the Best GUI Proto Award. Contact Contact info@skillmanandhackett.com for more information.

'Aquí', en busca del tiempo simultáneo Una mujer tiene un déjà-vu en 2014. Dos operarios retiran lo que parece un cadáver en 1777. Una copa se hace añicos en 1982 y un bisonte pace diez mil años antes de la Era Común. Ediciones Salamandra acaba de publicar en castellano el revolucionario tebeo de Richard McGuire (Nueva Jersey, 1957), un milhojas de estratos temporales que condensa la historia de la humanidad en apenas unos metros cuadrados. Si las paredes hablasen La confección de Aquí esta fechada hace un par de años, pero en consonancia con su naturaleza, este libro ya portaba la condición de pionero mucho antes de existir. Tampoco lo tendría fácil para escenificarse en teatro, relatarse como novela o tomar forma de canción, aunque es una obra de aspiración casi musical y guarda parentelas con todos esos lenguajes. Continuidad de los parques Sin necesidad de ir más lejos, con la mirada estática en el somero rincón de una habitación, McGuire suelta la plomada, deposita su nivel de burbuja y espera a que algo ocurra.

[Best of 2014] The Year in Robots Patrick Tresset's robot Paul-IX was designed to draw like a human. GIF by Beckett Mufson via Robots have captured the imaginations of storytellers for centuries, from Asimov's I, Robot to TARS in Christopher Nolan's Interstellar, to tales of Hephaestus' bronze sentinel from Ancient Greek mythology. This is the Year in Robots: + Last month we wondered whether Patrick Tresset's drawing robot could make art that comments on the human condition. + Filmmaker Kevin Margo brought a trio of construction robots to life through cutting-edge motion capture and ray tracing techniques. Pepper the robot waves its conductor's wand at the audience. + teamLab taught Pepper the robot to conduct a symphony of lights. Tiny robots work together to take the shape of a star fish. + In August, MIT researchers taught a swarm of robots to work together autonomously, and a flat robot how to fold itself into existence. + We proved our humanity Blade Runner-style by taking the Bot or Not? Related:

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