Pop-Up Books Get The 3D Treatment In “Lost At Sea”
Volvox Labs cofounder Kamil Nawratil used 3D animation, surround sound audio, a self-fabricated structure and Arduino-controlled fans to create Perception of Consequence. The end result is strange, immersive and enthralling.
When you first see the animated blobs in Perception of Consequence, you get the distinct impression that they’re alive. That’s not accidental. The surreal, multidimensional project from Volvox Labs draws heavily from forces found in nature—entropy, chaos and rebirth—and represents them using stereoscopic 3D animation, surround sound audio and technology that immerses viewers in the entire experience.
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(Source: Vice Magazine)
Artist Rips Up Gallery Walls To Use As Material For His Sculptures
When you enter a gallery space, you might expect to see art hanging on the walls, but you don’t expect the walls themselves to be part of the exhibition. Artist Scott Carter blurs the distinction between where the gallery space ends and the artwork begins in his sculptures, which are made from the drywall and plywood that make up the walls of the galleries he’s exhibiting in.
Shapeways opens up 3D printing to the masses, allowing us to design and share our ideas as well as realize them as physical objects.
Shaken not stirred.
Oscar Niemeyer, legendary architect and master of the curve, dies at 104.
It’s all about the texture.