Posts made in December, 2010


Holiday trees in 3D


Posted By on Dec 29, 2010

Can you imagine the holidays without a Christmas tree covered in tinsel and baubles? Google gets into the festive spirit by placing 3D holiday trees in more than a dozen places on Google Earth 6. Check out the Rockefeller Center in New York City. The only thing that would help make this scene even more festive would be crowds of people and a light dusting of winter snow! And don’t you just love how the ornaments on the Christmas Tree...

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What’s Geo-modeling?


Posted By on Dec 29, 2010

The process of making 3D models of real-life buildings that will appear in Google Earth is called geo-modeling. Google offers two of geo-modeling options: – Geo-modeling with Building Maker Google Building Maker is an online application specifically for geo-modeling. If the buildings you want to model are located in an area where Building Maker imagery is available, you should choose this method. French cities currently...

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As the Festive Spirit grows more intense, I thought I’d show you this simple bauble that you can customize to your liking and hang from your Christmas tree. You can do this by checking out our personalization tool – colour, add text, 3D patterns or textures (images or photos). Below is an example of what can be obtained. Related posts: My People’s Tree: Create your Personal Tree Sculpture from our New iPhone App Paris...

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3D printing for architects


Posted By on Dec 14, 2010

Initially, 3D printing was not created for architects. In fact, most 3D printer manufacturers probably didn’t even foresee their machines’ potential in architecture. The printers were mainly designed for the aerospace and automotive industries, or other sectors requiring physical realization of elements in order to test their design. Things have changed, and 3D CAD applications are now very much a part of the design process. 3D...

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Design of the Week – Bandstand


Posted By on Dec 13, 2010

A bandstand was originally a widely open garden pavilion or kiosk of oriental inspiration and used for entertainment (belvedere, music, parties, etc.). In the nineteenth century, the term came to designate a few types and styles of constructions specific to public space, always open and lightweight structures. In the Mediterranean and Middle East, a kiosk is a small garden pavilion open on some or all sides. Kiosks were common in...

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This very attractive Zen vase is the kind of design object that Sculpteo can produce. If you have ideas for home decor ornaments, feel free to contact us or upload a 3D file directly. Speaking of vases, this reminds me of pottery, and pottery reminds me of an amazing machine called l’Artisan Electronique (the Electronic Craftsman). Check out the video below: it’s really quite impressive! Related posts: Design of the week – The...

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You had a dream: Sculpteo made it come true. You can now add a variety of patterns to 3D objects available in our gallery (in addition to existing text, image and colour options). Once you’ve picked a 3D object from the gallery, click the customization button. In the customization menu (to the right), you will see the new icon for adding a 3D patterns. Select the type of pattern you want from the dropdown menu. Several categories are...

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Sculpteo releases a new 3D viewer


Posted By on Dec 1, 2010

We’ve worked really hard to make our 3D rendering engine better and create hyper-realistic 3D previews of all the models in our gallery. And now, what you buy is what you see! As we want to make sure everyone gets a chance to look, we’re very proud to announce that you can now easily embed any 3D model from the Sculpteo gallery in your blog or website. What are you waiting for? Go on and share your models with the world! Click on a...

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