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Let’s forget about folding displays for a bit and admire Insta360’s folding camera!

The idea behind the Evo’s design is a simple, but unique one. 3D cameras and 360° cameras have one thing in common… the presence of at least two lenses. Where those lenses face in relation with each other, and the type of lens determines the kind of media you capture. Lenses that sit side by side (with a rough distance of 2.5 inches between them) can capture two different channels corresponding to the left and right eye, creating a sense of depth, and therefore a 3-dimensional video or image. ...
Tags: Deals, Gadgets, Design, Camera, Cameras, 3D, Product Design, 360, Evo, Folding, Insta360, AR / VR


How to easily draw a fantastic optical illusion of a 3D city

As a high school student, I would have enjoyed learning to use ruled paper to draw anamorphic illusions instead of (not) taking notes. (via The Kid Should See This)
Tags: Art, Video, Design, News, Illustration, Drawing, 3D, Optical Illusions, Anamorphosis


Nvidia Will End Support for Its 3D Glasses, an Incredible Technology You Definitely Use

Remember back when 3D TVs, movies, live sporting events, and glasses were a thing? Yeah, well, Nvidia realizes you don’t either, and as a result, it’s pulling support for 3D Vision, its platform for gaming with 3D glasses.Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Science, Nvidia, 3D, 3D glasses, Nvidia Lays A Rose On 3ds Grave


Matterport raises $48M to expand service offerings

Imaging company Matterport has raised $48 million in a new round of funding, which it plans to spend beefing up its service offerings.
Tags: Technology, Funding, Radio, 3D, Matterport, Industry News, News Brief, Funding News, 3D Home Tours, RJ Pittman


Matterport raises $48 million to expand service offerings

Imaging company Matterport has raised $48 million in a new round of funding, which it plans to spend beefing up its service offerings.
Tags: Technology, Funding, Radio, 3D, Matterport, Industry News, News Brief, Funding News, 3D Home Tours, RJ Pittman


Retailers Turn to Analytics, 3D Tech to Promote Fit, Reduce Returns

One size fits most (at best), and a women’s sizing system created during the Depression doesn’t gibe in an e-commerce business that prizes personalization.That’s why startups are turning to new technologies like 3D scanning and machine learning software to produce customized clothing that can be made for the masses.“People want to buy a size,” says Patrick Donnelly, director of marketing at Fit3D, a San Mateo, CA-based maker of e-commerce software. “But we have the technology to make clothes fi...
Tags: Startups, Crowdfunding, Funding, Trends, Tech, Investment, E-commerce, People, Artificial Intelligence, Software, Innovation, Kickstarter, Machine Learning, National, Starbucks, 3D


This $30 screen protector creates 3D views on a smartphone without the glasses

The Holoscreen looks like a basic screen protector until you open the dedicated app and objects start jumping off the screen. Designed by Lucid and Holotech, the Holoscreen is designed to make glasses-free 3D content affordable. The post This $30 screen protector creates 3D views on a smartphone without the glasses appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Android, Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, 3D, Screen Protector, Lucid, 3D glasses, Holoscreen, Holotech the Holoscreen


Magical 3D visuals, patched together with wires in browser: Cables.gl

The latest visual tool to use dataflow patching with virtual wires is here. Cables.gl is free for now, with an accelerated 3D engine powered by Web standards, and some unique tricks up its sleeve. Resident visual expert Ted Pallas gives us a first look. It’s intended to be both designer-friendly and developer-friendly – and looks like it’ll be geared for musicians, too. Meet Cables.gl. -Ed. Cables.gl is a new WebGL-based tool for building out and compositing real-time VFX looks. It runs right ...
Tags: Music, Berlin, Tech, Web, Graphics, Animation, Stories, Visuals, Browser, 3D, Sync, Motion, Vfx, Mediterranean, 3d Animation, Midi


Matterport offers free and low-cost 3D tour plans

The 3D imaging company is opening its platform to consumer cameras and drastically slashing prices for the subscription plans needed to host its tours, down from $50 to free for a starter plan. 
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Radio, 3D, Matterport, Industry News, Select, 3-D home tour


Matterport slashes prices for 3D tours

The 3D imaging company is opening its platform to consumer cameras and drastically slashing prices for the subscription plans needed to host its tours, down from $50 to free for a starter plan. 
Tags: Technology, Marketing, Radio, 3D, Matterport, Industry News, Select, 3-D home tour


This artist transforms his face into stunning 3D optical illusions using only makeup

Luca Luce has worked as a makeup artist for almost two decades, and he turned his craft into optical illusions that will mess with your mind. The Italian artist uses only makeup to transform his face, head, and hands into mind-boggling 3D optical illusions. Luca has been into art ever since he was a child […] The post This artist transforms his face into stunning 3D optical illusions using only makeup appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Makeup, Inspiration, 3D, Artist, Optical Illusion, Luca, Luca Luce


Adobe acquires Allegorithmic, makers of the Substance texture tools

Adobe today announced that it has acquired Allegorithmic, the French company behind the Substance tools for creating textures that are widely used by AAA game creators, as well as visual effects artists, animators and designers. Over time, Adobe will bring many of Allegorithmic’s technologies to its various Creative Cloud tools, many of which already offer complementary tools. Beyond those integrations, though, what this acquisition is really about is the fact that 3D design and creating 3D cont...
Tags: Startups, TC, Adobe, Tech, Nvidia, 3D, Textures, Acquisition, Exit, Don, Belsky, Scott Belsky, Allegorithmic, Stéfano Corazza


Wacom Showed Me the First Good Reason to Buy the Magic Leap Hype

Fields as diverse as video game development, visual effects, and industrial design all rely on 3D software, but the tools used to make it remain firmly stuck in two-dimensions. For the past few years, Magic Leap’s mixed reality goggles have been heralded as the missing link between the digital 3D world and the real…Read more...
Tags: Science, Design, 3D, Magic Leap, Wacom


4 Things You Might Not Know About Movie Theater Screens

4 things you may not know about movie theater screens Contrary to some belief, movie theaters are doing pretty well. Summer 2018 revenue is on track to become the fifth best so far. Going to the multiplex involves many things, such as overpriced concessions, crowded restrooms, and, obviously, staring at a screen. What you might not know is that movie theater screens are not all alike; they come in many sizes, forms, and colors. Here are some fun facts about movie screens that you might not kn...
Tags: Movies, Michael Bay, Cinema, Screen, Rpx, Imax, 3D, Movie Theater, Silver Screen, ComingSoon, Aspect Ratios, Theater Masking, Kathryn Bigelow Movies


Red’s Follow-Up to its Wild Holographic Phone Is a Cinema-Grade 3D Camera

With its high price, outdated specs, lackluster holographic screen, and absent mod support, Red’s Hydrogen One may have been the biggest smartphone flop of 2018. However, on the last day of the year, Red teased that something could be coming in 2019 that could potentially redeem the over-hyped handset. Read more...
Tags: Android, Science, Smartphones, Cameras, 3D, H4V, Reds Hydrogen One Gets Some Help, Red One, Red Lithium


Geek Estate Offer: 10% Off GeoCV DIY until Jan 31

[Editor’s Note: Geek Estate Offers are special offers members of the Geek Estate Mastermind] GeoCV is happy to invite you to the closed beta of their Do-It-Yourself solution for capturing and visualizing real estate spaces in 3D+360°. How it works They provide your representative or preferred photographer their hardware, software and training so they could film listings by themselves and automatically get 3D tours and floor plans. Camera: GeoCV provides the whole setup including the smartphone (...
Tags: Radio, 3D, Jonathan Klein, Geek Estate Members, Geek Estate Mastermind, Geek Estate Offers, Geocv


ZSpace’s laptop brings education to life with its own 3D technology

The ZSpace laptop wants to overhaul education and training by offering affordable access to 3D mixed reality through a bespoke screen and glasses technology that is already supported by a wide array of applications. The post ZSpace’s laptop brings education to life with its own 3D technology appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Trends, Computing, Vr, Virtual Reality, 3D, Laptop, ZSpace


Zelda: Ocarina of Time at 20 – melancholy masterpiece changed games forever

It had everything: swordfights with lizards, magical tennis, shrieking mummies, a whole world to explore – plus a rousing score you could play along to. This joyful/scary chapter in Nintendo’s Legend of Zelda has inspired designers ever sinceThe Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time’s opening sequence is, for me, the most evocative of all video games. First you hear the galloping of a horse, joined by soft minor-key piano and melancholy, soaring ocarina notes as a young man in a green tunic rides und...
Tags: Europe, Games, Technology, Time, Culture, Art and design, Nintendo, Game culture, Digital music and audio, 3D, Graphic Design, Zelda, The Legend Of Zelda, Adventure Games


Offrez ces Mini Ordinateurs Apple et Mac Imprimés en 3D

Vous voulez faire plaisir à un ou une fan d’Apple pour Noël, mais vous ne savez pas quoi lui offrir de pas
Tags: Apple, Mac, Seo, 3D, Noël, Insolite, Imprimante


Video Tutorial: Create a 3D Anaglyph That Really Works!

In today’s Photoshop video tutorial we’re going to have some fun creating a retro 3D effect that really works. If you cast your mind back to the 3D movies, comics and posters from your childhood, you’ll remember those comedic glasses with red and blue lenses that bring the effect to life. Stereoscopy is the scientific term behind how these images work. By overlapping two images using the red and blue channels, it produces an anaglyph 3D image that jumps out from the screen when viewed with colou...
Tags: Videos, Shutterstock, Design, Tutorial, 3D, Stereoscopy, Video Tutorial, Verona Italy, Spoon Graphics YouTube Channel, Photoshop 3d, Photoshop Video Tutorial, 3D effect, 3d Anaglyph, Anaglyph, Photoshop 3d Anaglyph, Photoshop. Adobe Photoshop


Voici la Plus Rapide Imprimante 3D au Monde Mac / PC (video)

Après avoir été financé avec succès sur Kickstarter au début de cette année 2018, Slash Plus UDP, la première imprimante 3D la
Tags: Mac, Seo, Kickstarter, 3D, Imprimante


Les 50 designs les plus inspirants du concours Antalis Design Award dans le livre Antalis

Antalis, leader européen de la distribution de papiers, de solutions d’emballage et de communication visuelle, présente son livre THE BOOK, un livre considéré comme véritable source d’inspiration, regroupant les 50 designs les plus inspirants du concours Antalis interior design award 2017, concours international dédié au design d’espace dans le but de valoriser les projets d’intérieur créatifs via les matériaux imprimés. THE BOOK est proposé en édition limitée sur inscription. «Antalis Inter...
Tags: Europe, Books, Design, Designer, Designers, Architecture, 3D, Decoration, Concept, High Tech, Decor, Livre, Bureau, Creation, Cela, Deco


Icon Snags $9M for Tech to Print 3D Homes in 24 Hours for $4,000

Austin—Icon Technology, a company that builds 3D-printed homes and was permitted to construct its first home in Austin, TX, earlier this year, has closed a $9 million seed round of funding.The company plans to use some of the money to continue building homes in the U.S. and in the developing world, where it is working with a nonprofit organization, New Story, to build 3D-printed homes. New Story and Icon developed a 3D printer for fabricating large objects, called the Vulcan, which the groups s...
Tags: Startups, Y Combinator, Texas, Crowdfunding, Trends, Startup, 3d Printing, 3d Printer, 3D, Icon, Crowdsource, Nonprofit, Building, Austin TX, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Vulcan Capital


Facebook rolls out AI-based 3D images with simulated depth

After announcing 3D photos and VR memories back in May, Facebook is now rolling out the feature that can turn your 2D photos into 3D. The new feature will work both in the News Feed and VR. The technology captures the distance between the subject and the background, so it brings scenes of 2D photos […] The post Facebook rolls out AI-based 3D images with simulated depth appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Facebook, Photography, News, Vr, Virtual Reality, 3D, 2D to 3D, May Facebook


Venom: what is a one-star film like in 4D?

Luckily it hasn’t got a complicated plot – or much sex. Hold the popcorn tight and prepare to get wetBefore Venom in 4D starts we are told that it is not a wise idea to leave the cinema mid-screening as we could be injured by a flying chair or confused and disoriented by smoke, mist and water that pours over patrons as they’re watching the film.At a Friday morning screening, I sit next to a colleague from the Australian who has a broken collarbone. He looks slightly worried. We are warned that t...
Tags: Technology, Film, Australia news, Culture, 3D, Venom


How To Create a Stack of 3D Characters in Adobe Photoshop

One of my Spoon Graphics readers recently sent me an email with a great tutorial suggestion based on one of the promo graphics of the free font named Manrope. The cited artwork featured a collection of letters as long three dimensional shapes of varying heights, densely packed together in the scene. Clearly some kind of 3D modelling software was used to produce the original concept, but I experimented with Photoshop’s built-in 3D tools to see if a similar effect could be made. Follow along with ...
Tags: Design, Photoshop, Tutorials, Tutorial, 3D, Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Tutorial, Spoon Graphics, Specular, Photoshop 3d, Adobe Photoshop Tutorial, Photoshop 3d Tutorial, 3d Type, 3d Type Tutorial, Front Inflation Material


Max 8: Multichannel, mappable, faster patching is here

Max 8 is released today, as the latest version of the audiovisual development environment brings new tools, faster performance, multichannel patching, MIDI learn, and more. Max is now 30 years old, with a direct lineage to the beginning of visual programming for musicians – creating your own custom tools by connecting virtual cables on-screen instead of typing in code. Since then, its developers have incorporated additional facilities for other code languages (like JavaScript), different data...
Tags: Video, Music, Mac, Windows, US, Tech, Javascript, Software, Stories, 3D, Motion, Max, Midi, Ableton, Ableton Live, Audiovisual


3D Animation Showing How IWI Tavor X95 Rifle Works

A YouTube channel called 45Snipers has published a video showing a very detailed 3D model of the IWI Tavor X95 rifle and demonstrating how different parts and assemblies of that weapon work. The animation starts with stripping the rifle down to the firing pin then adding the parts and naming them and then it goes […] Read More … The post 3D Animation Showing How IWI Tavor X95 Rifle Works appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: Guns, Youtube, Animation, 3D, Daily News, Iwi, Tavor, Rifles, X95, Semi-Auto, 45Snipers


Mics that record in “3D” ambisonics are the next big thing

Call it the virtual reality microphone … or just think of it as an evolution of microphones that capture sounds more as you hear them. But mics purporting to give you 3D recording are arriving in waves – and they could change both immersive sound and how we record music. Let’s back up from the hype a little bit here. Once we’re talking virtual reality or you’re imagining people in goggles, Lawnmower Man style, we’re skipping ahead to the application of these mic solutions, beyond the mics them...
Tags: Mobile, Music, Hardware, Electronics, US, Trends, Tech, Gear, Stories, Poland, 3D, Siemens, Microphones, Zoom, Music Tech, Dolby Atmos


Mics that record in “3D” and ambisonics are the next big thing

Call it the virtual reality microphone … or just think of it as an evolution of microphones that capture sounds more as you hear them. But mics purporting to give you 3D recording are arriving in waves – and they could change both immersive sound and how we record music. Let’s back up from the hype a little bit here. Once we’re talking virtual reality or you’re imagining people in goggles, Lawnmower Man style, we’re skipping ahead to the application of these mic solutions, beyond the mics them...
Tags: Mobile, Music, Hardware, Electronics, US, Trends, Tech, Gear, Stories, Poland, 3D, Siemens, Microphones, Zoom, Sennheiser, Music Tech