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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Free CAD models

Free CAD models from smallest nuts and bolts to engine parts, furniture, weapons to jet-fighters, motorcycles, cars. All models are created by GrabCAD members and shared for free.


Tuesday, October 11, 2011

this is a work done by unigine team  , I couldn't believe it was a 3D work, really more than a perfect job !
Unigine is a real-time 3D engine, which lets you fully unleash your talent.

More than 10 years of R&D resulted in a well-optimized modular technology platform. It will be a solid foundation for any of your projects – from mobile applications to scientific simulations and VR.
check out the web site unigine

Tuesday, October 04, 2011

YouTube Now Offers 2D to 3D Video Conversion

Recently, YouTube also launched YouTube 3D Video Creator - a tool that combines a left and right image from two cameras, useful for those who want to produce a good 3D effect of objects/landscapes far away that the integrated 3D cameras currently can't handle due to their fixed interocular lens distances.
watch the clip and enjoy!

Thursday, September 22, 2011


i really appreciate people with talent and hard work especially in 3D modeling studies ,Cant wait tell this project becomes real, good luck Alex
by the way it reminds me of the movie "the iron man" :) 

 take a look at the clip  really worth watching

Friday, September 09, 2011

Turn your IPhone into a 3D scanner

The world's first 3D scanner for iPhone is here. Instantly capture 3D models of yourself, friends, and family, and share the amazing results with the world.

Trimensional uses both the screen and the front-facing camera on your iOS device, detecting patterns of light reflected off your face to build a true 3D model.

Not only is it incredible technology, but it's incredibly fun! Capture goofy expressions, view your face from any angle, and customize the look of the 3D rendering before sending it off to all of your friends.

So, turn out the lights, turn up your screen brightness, and get ready for your close-up as you capture 3D scans using your iPhone 4 or iPod Touch (4th Generation). For best results, an extremely dark room is required and iPhone screen brightness must be set to maximum