Posts Tagged ‘pixels’

VizWorld Pixels for September 22, 2009

Here’s the links for today: A list of 30 Free Thin & Light Fonts a Photoshop Tutorial on making Beautiful Fantasy Eyes iPhone Apps for Cinema Artists (a few mobile-friendly websites in the list) 4D Visualization with Multi-Sensor Data Fusion Paper First Part of a multi-part tutorial on Modeling & Texturing a “Posh Living Room” […]

VizWorld Pixels for September 3rd, 2009

Lots of hardware announcements today thanks to IBC and IFA. Panasonic’s full HD 3d Plasma TV & Blu-Ray combo Philip’s 56-inch 21:9 3D TV Aggregating Online Trends on Isometric Maps

VizWorld Pixels for August 27, 2009

Here’s the links for today: Porter vs Stout NVidia Congratulaties the Jim Henson Creature Shop on Primetime Emmy Engineering Award Founders Day Dinner on October 23rd to honor Ed Catmull, president of Pixar id Software’s new game “RAGE”. Their first original IP in over 13 years.

VizWorld Pixels for August 26, 2009

Here’s the pixels for today: HyperFocal Design HDRI Environments – DVD’s of High-Resolution HDRI maps, suitable for video and games If you’re not seeing data, you’re not seeing (From Wired) – Nothing terribly new news-wise, but some interesting opinions Visualizing Science – from Discover Magazine, about the SciDAC Winning Supernova explosion Particle Tests with Krakatoa […]

VizWorld Pixels for August 25, 2009

Here’s what we didn’t get to today: 7 Things you should know about Data Visualization, by Peggy Kurkowski of Educase Reduce your odds of dying in a plane crash, from Information is Beautiful AMD890FX Chipset delayed Everything you ever wanted to know about Sankey Diagrams

VizWorld Pixels for August 19th, 2009

Here’s the short-links roundup for today: Voice-o-matic Plugin for Autodesk 3ds Max The Embassy’s use of Luxology Modo in District 9 Detail of NVidia’s Quadroplex for Collaboration More News of Zoic using Ocarina Storage systems “JET” Short film to appear in MAXON’s Ciniversity, from Dr Sassi, and more details on JET

VizWorld Pixels for August 18th, 2009

Here’s the VizWorld Pixels for August 18th, 2009: Is NVidia preparing a Dual GT300 card? The iPhone overtaking Flickr as most popular camera? EVGA’s new GTX295 SC and FTW versions Sony says NO to OLED TV’s in 2009.. and 2010.. and Maybe even 2011. The Guardian’s Interactive Map of UFO Sightings (1959-1992)

VizWorld Pixels for August 13th, 2009

Here’s the list of Pixels for today: Anaglyphic 3D Etch-a-Sketch (shown above) How is India’s Economy Doing? – a bit busy and jumbled, but an interesting collection of economic statistics from India over the last year. $350 Discount on Registration for the GPU Technology Conference - courtesy of InsideHPC Manhattan’s Population by Day vs Population […]

VizWorld Pixels for August 12, 2009

Here’s a quick list of things we didn’t post : Inorganica Flora – CG illustrator Macoto Murayama’s unique renderings of flowers, highlighting their geometric structure. GOOD Transparency: Cash for Clunkers - an interactive infographic showing the breakdown of the US Government’s Cash for Clunkers program The Kennedy Family Tree – an interesting take on the […]

VizWorld Pixels for August 10th, 2009

Today I’m beginning a new feature aimed at reducing the somewhat overwhelming volume of posts that appear on VizWorld every day.  From now on, most days will conclude with a “Pixels” segment posting links, blurbs, and graphics I found throughout the day but didn’t feel like turning into a single post. Mountains out of Molehills […]