18 Jun

3D Web Configurators – Perfect Solution to Increase Online Sales

Today’s markets require innovative approaches to improve products presentation which implies increasingly deep involvement of potential customers in the process of new product evaluation and testing. Marketers arrange various trade shows, presentations and expos in attempt to better advertise their brands and give as much info about their products possible. But since the increasingly large […]

06 Jun

Map Games: The 3rd dimension has arrived.

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By Christopher McFarland America is home of the “melting pot”. Throw a few things together and we will create something new, novel and niche. This is the American way!  In my research I have found an interesting trend: the symbiosis of architecture and cartography. These are two things that I was in love with as […]

16 May

3D Characters Creation

Today there is a lot of excitement and buzz around 3D technologies due to the recently introduced innovations in filmmaking and IT industries. This stirs interest in everything within the 3D sphere including an increasingly large number of people all over the world.  This trend is likely to continue for many years to come.  It […]

10 May

Patents and Webbing: Big Stakes on The Table.

By Christopher McFarland It seems that 3D webbing has a bit of politics of its own: 3D technology is simply pending a patent! I just imagine a 3D website where you see “patent pending!” Not the most interesting red-tape, but it is capitalism working at its best. It is essential for companies like ALTADYN and […]

24 Apr

3D Images are Competition

By Christopher McFarland A few have speculated that WebGL design is becoming a “critical” requirement for all Internet advertisements. I feel that WebGL design is “essential” for all Web experiences: not just for advertisement but also, for general surfing. Google has taken this idea of “essential” to the next level, providing users with an array […]

18 Apr

The Uncanny Valley

Have you heard about the Uncanny Valley? This is not a scary movie or a horror story by Stephen King. This is a phenomenon that was first identified by the robotics professor Masahiro Mori in 1970. In layman’s terms this means a kind of glitch in the human brain. When you see an object for […]

09 Apr

3D Photoreal. Real or Render?

It’s been a long time since the first photorealistic painting was created. It appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s in the United States as a sort of painting genre. The process seems to be quite simple: take a photo, gather information and then create a painting that looks like photograph. Nowadays 3D takes […]

03 Apr

3D Immersion

Immersive virtual reality implies the detailed presentation of cyberspace to the user with the maximal use of their sensory organs.  In addition, the simulation of the user’s presence within the virtual cyberspace by means of accurate transmission of their movements. 3D immersion is a very popular trend today. Technologies that blur the line between physical […]

22 Mar

Augmented Reality – Easy Navigation through Your Dreams

Augmented reality is one of the most exciting innovations in the sphere of 3D technologies of our time. It produces an extremely strong emotional effect on not only average people but also on experts, ultimately making everyone tremble with joy. Many people catch themselves thinking that this technology is something beyond their dreams and this […]

19 Mar

Web Good Looking

by Christopher McFarland WebGL, sounds like a new service plan from an Internet provider, but in reality WebGL will be what everyone drools over. Computer and technology giant Microsoft has already labeled the program ‘harmful’ to security, in a recent article. However, Apple has embraced WebGL, by allowing a usable platform on Safari. What would […]

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