Combining 3D art, graphic design, typography and architecture, Chris Labrooy created a series of renders inspired by the architectural style of Zaha Hadid, Tadao Ando, Oscar Niemeyer, and Toyo Ito. The detail and imagination that went into each of the pieces is quite inspiring.
Jeremie Francone and Laurence Nigay a part of the Engineering Human-Computer Interaction (EHCI) at Grenoble Informatics Laboratory (LIG)—wow that was long—created this demo of simulated 3D perspective on an iPad without the need for 3D glasses. They are using face tracking with the iPad 2’s front-facing camera to change the display perspective as you look at the iPad from different angles.
Brilliant idea! How long do you think it will be before developer start to use this approach for iPad games?
Digital agency Lalivingston created an infographic of the process of water collection to purification for Madrid’s water supply company Canal Isabel II. They did a fantastic job with the combination of technical drawings, 3d elements, infographics and animation.
3D animation using audio triggers, match moving and compositing techniques to bring the environment to life.
E99500 is orange color in hexadecimal color codes.
This film show the eruption of a graphic element, one and soon many oranges spheres in a realistic environment, a parking.
Nike | The Runner - Exploit Yourself
“Our wish was to show off the nerve and spark and freshness of the city with the strength and power of modern sport competition, all in a whole 3d environment.
‘Exploit Yourself’ talks about pushing your limits just for the sake of it.”