I’ve had a problem with 3D software tools for many years, and it’s time to write about it.
Phase3D’s “Project Fringe” delivers real-time 3D monitoring to 3D printers.
The magical retro-technology renderings of Julien Rivorie – a 3D artist and graphic designer based in France.
Rather than forcing chunky peripherals on your head or hands via VR or AR, real holograms are the stuff of science fiction: true interactive displays which humans can interact with on a more personal level.
Little by little augmented/mixed reality (AR/MR) is slipping past the surly bonds of consumption with more and more imagining, nay DEMONSTRATING, what 3D design could be like using devices that are, at least, sure to give us chuckles at the possibilities and, at most, completely take over our every waking hour.
Years ago, very few people knew much about the world of 3D software, or even the notion of 3D as a concept. That’s clearly changing.