The Office is one of two shows that we have on near-constant rotation in our house. It won’t sound too weird, then, when I say that trying to mentally recreate the layout of Dunder Mifflin’s Scranton branch is something I’ve found myself doing more than once. You too? Good news! Now someone has done it in fully explorable, browser-friendly 3D. Read More
Navigate your ship through the space. Collect bonuses and avoid of dangerous meteorites
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Do jumps and stunts to your favorite music in this retro-styled 3D game. Vector Stunt lets you load your own mp3s and uses the music to influence gameplay. Use the LEFT and RIGHT arrow keys to steer. Hold down keys combinations when you hit a jump to perform stunts. Perform different stunts while chaining jumps to earn point multipliers. Jumping on the rail does not count as a stunt unless you chain it from a ramp jump. If you bounce on the rail more than once you will lose your multiplier. Press ESC or P to pause and see the instructions.
Nokia made some great smartphone cameras back in the day, but we certainly didn't expect that to lead to the Ozo, a $60,000, 360-degree 3D virtual reality camera. Now, the Finnish company will provide expertise and Ozo cameras to Sony Pictures, which…
Microsoft’s future is three-dimensional. Up to now, we’ve seen the company embrace the notion in dribs and drabs, through the HoloLens and its work with Minecraft. But earlier this week, at an event in New York City, the company went all in, making 3D content creation a core principle of both its upcoming Windows 10 Creators Update and hardware like the Surface Studio. Asked how… Read More
3D printing is in a bit of a doldrums. The novelty has worn off and the limited utility of the technology has been made clear. The bloom is especially off the rose of home 3D printing thanks to slow improvements in the actual technology involved in squirting plastic into clever shapes. There are only so many Yoda heads you can print before the 3D printer starts collecting dust. But it must be… Read More
In China, where 80 percent of movie theaters built in the last 10 years have 3D projectors, movie studios often release "exclusive," three-dimensional adaptations of movies that won't actually see a 3D release stateside. While that can be lucrative f…