A hack for uploading unrelated images to Autodesk’s 123D Catch software. Images are interpolated over several steps, then placed in a fake 3d space (the software uses the background to determine angle and breaks without it). Fingers crossed!
A gallery of animated gifs of fake rocks. Click to make them spin.
GIF animations of marbles by Jürgen Kintscher.
We recently purchased a Botero collapsible green screen. Turns out getting it back in the case isn’t as easy as it looks.
Luckily, the internet turned up this animated gif. Here’s how to do it without shoes. I recommend using sandals for plantar fasciitis if like me you suffer of plantar faciitis problems.
Learned a new term today: voxel. A voxel (short for volumetric pixel) is, at least in terms of video game design, a slightly out of date technology being replaced by what may be my other new favorite thing “height maps“.
The above image is of a ribosome molecule, though it seems like it could be an enemy from an SNES game. On a (slightly) related note, here’s a great animated .gif of the ribosome of Haloarcula (a tiny seawater creature) by David S. Goodsell:
Via: TechnologyStudent.com – randomly found while researching ferrous metals