The site is in japanese but that shouldn’t harm your experience a bit. Click through the 10 questions and have your robot generated, then watch it move around and fight with other robots. The algorithm that moves them and animate the legs is intriguing, and the interface looks clean and polished, typical japanese design.
Of course it only looks similar on the surface, the underlying technology seems much different in the sense that its unlikely the engine will arrange and stitch your photos in 3d. Having said that, the game play looks interesting enough.
4 beautiful shorts for annecy 2009 openings each day. Gobelins did it again, enjoy
Came across this 2 sites by Carlos Ulloa showcasing real time 3D in flash:
http://www.helloenjoy.com/ greets the viewer with an interesting transition from plain 2D words into a few 3D reflective text blocks floating in a white environment. After panning around them for awhile, the viewer soon notices that the cursor changes when hovering on each letter, and discovers in delight that those are not just floating 3D objects looking pretty, they actually demonstrate an interactive physics engine. Try them out yourself.
http://www.carlosulloa.com/ looks normal, until you decide to give the controls a try. Go ahead and be surprised.
Song Hye Kyo by Max Edwin Wahyudi
Shot on a Sony HDR-HC3, effects in After Effects. I wanted to do a spoof of the matrix jump program, but we thought a totally random, shaky footage would be more fun and challenging.
After receiving frequent out of memory errors from my After Effects CS3, I decided to do some research and realize you actually need to edit your boot.ini to enable AE to use more than 2.0GB of ram.
Basic 3d tracking, Its actually quite easy when u have a clean footage.
Character in maya, tracking with boujou, composite in After effects. I know I’ll be having more fun with this soon.
In an old forgotten military base far from civilization, a group of deranged military officers nurture their insanity.
Directed by Tomek Baginski in 2005