Tag Archives: 3-D

Samsung Jet Now Official

Normally, we don’t like to post about every new cellphone in the world. There’s simply too many to count and besides, that leaves us with room to post the really cool ones. This time around, Samsung has finally announced the long-awaited Jet. Photos of this phone have been floating around for over a year if I recall, so it’s nice ...

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3-D Shark Model

Have $26? Want to get your kid a present that’s both educational and incredibly badass? Pick up this anatomically correct model of a shark. I believe it’s a Great White. It has 20 removable body parts that you can remove and put back similar to a puzzle. Cheesy violin sounds not included. Link

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A Short Visual History of Video Games

PSFK posted this fantastic motion graphics video from Kyle Downes. It depicts the history of video games from the Odyssey all the way up to today’s next-gen consoles. The 3-D work he did and the typography in the video are top notch. The production style is engaging and the fake British narrator really completes the look. Be sure to give ...

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3-D Maze Ball Looks Trippy

After reading the description of this maze, I’m still not sure I entirely understand it: Have puzzles gone pass? With the advent and subsequent mainstreaming of videogames caused physical toys to go by the wayside? What do you get when you multiply six by nine? The answer to the first two questions is “No,” and the last, “42.” What? I’m ...

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Foam Brings 3-D Modeling To Life

Doesn’t this photo sculpture by Canadian artist Susy Olivera look a lot like the papercrafts you can make yourself? It’s all polygonal as if it’s straight out of the Playstation One. Susy fashions these 3-D models together using photos and foam. The one shown above is called “Time is Never Wasted.” To me, it bears a resemblance to Alec Trevelyan ...

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Cloaking Technology Sunders Tsunamis

We haven’t covered much cloaking technology and that’s a shame because it’s starting to come into its own. Stefan Enoch at the Fresnel Institute in Marseille, France says that established cloaking principles, such as steering microwave light around an object, could be applied to ocean waves. Because cloaking technology is still in its infancy, scientists are still working on tackling ...

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3-D Tattooing

Found in France, design studio Boucherie Moderne has created some killer three-dimensional tattoos. While some claim they look “animated,” I feel that these are just standard 3-D images on skin. Slap on a pair of glasses and it’ll look like it’s popping out at you. I’d love to get one on my fist. That way, when I punch someone, I ...

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