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  1. Cool Fluid Simulation

    some more on authors youtube channel
  2. Happt Feet Trailer

    Hey kids!
    I've been busy working on this little thing:

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    Be back soon.

    Updated 10-04-2011 at 12:09 AM by Artur

  3. Short one

    Quick update on previous post. Found another awesome WebGL site dedicated to 3D fractals


    And a nice tutorial on snow shader for architectural visualization by Bertrand Benoit

    Updated 10-04-2011 at 12:08 AM by Artur

  4. Shader Toy

    What? GPU raytracing in your web browser? Yes, check out Shader Toy by Inigo Quilez.

    Most likely you will need to install WebGL which took me a few minutes to figure out what it is and where to find it. Eventually got it running on my Mac's Safari and Chrome. Nightly builds can be found here

    Once up and running you will find a library of 2D and 3D sample shaders.. Some well known fractals and demo-scene implementations. Great place to play around and learn about shaders or math.

    Actually reminds me Paul Falstad's page. Lots of Java apps to play around. Atom visualization, waves interference, math, physics, electronic circuitry. Probably one of my favorite toys. Nerdgasmic!

  5. 3D Scan

    Friend of mine started a little scanning service in Brisbane and I had a chance to check out the tech. Even got myself scanned.

    It's a relatively simple system that captures 3D geometry in a single shot using 4 DSLR cameras.

    Most of the work is actually done after images are captured. Once high resolution images are downloaded onto computer, software analyzes 4 images by triangulating pixel and pattern shifts in 3D space

    There are number of papers and projects describing how it all works in more detail. Check out his site at

    Software and projects based on the same tech:

    Updated 01-27-2011 at 05:38 AM by Artur

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