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Handy Bowl

Handy Bowl

In fact, this Addams Family-evoking bowl made from interlocking sections of laser-cut ply is the second of Instructables user PenfoldPlant’s projects we have covered, the first being this giant hand-shaped snow sculpture from January of last year. Offhand, I’d say he’s got a bit of a fixation. On the other hand, it might just reflect […]

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Nokia N95 accelerometer in Blender 3D

Marco Rapino, a developer working at the Center for Knowledge and Innovation Research at HSE in Helsinki, has developed a prototype controller using the accelerometer in his Nokia N95 smartphone, some Python, and the Blender 3D content creation suite.

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Hangar No. 5: Blender-made action movie

Nathan sent this tip in via the comments: “Hangar No. 5“: The story of two treasure-hunting teens sneaking into an abandoned military base looking for a rumored gold cache. Once inside, they accidentally activate a top secret relic of the Cold War – a huge mobile weapons system bent on protecting the base from all […]

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Solve a Rubik’s Cube with Blender

Youtube user Petitblenderman has a great video of a Rubik’s Cube solved in a Blender animation. Danny says this looks reasonably solid. You may remember Danny’s laser cut tactile cube post by Collin. Looks pretty legit to me. The cube’s colors are all in the right place, although I was a little confused at about […]

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Night of the Living Dead Pixels

Peter writes in the comments about Blender. He and his mates did an independent study to learn Blender, an open source software platform for 3D design and animation. The results of their work is a clever short film titled The Night of the Living Dead Pixels. Their video animation was awarded best short film at […]

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