In other cruise ship news, this is a full 3D scan of the Titanic, created using over 700,000 individual stills of the wreckage, where it’s rested in its watery grave some 2+ miles deep in the Atlantic Ocean since 1912. The scan is the largest deep-water 3D project to date,
This is a visualization created by 3D animator Jarde Owens providing a tour of all the Titanic’s interior (and exterior) features from top to bottom, including the engine rooms, secret rooms, and MORE. Did you know the Titanic was one of the first ocean liners to have a swimming pool?
This is a 3D animation imagining a manufacturing plant where different logos are made. It’s pretty neat. Of course this isn’t how logos are actually made, logos are actually made by graphic designers strung out on coffee in Photoshop the day of their deadline. Or at least in my experience
This is a 3D visualization created by Youtuber Jared Owen exploring the Statue Of Liberty. The video includes, in this order with timestamps: 0:00-Intro, 0:24-Geography, 1:37-History and Facts, 2:44-Construction, 5:31-Renovations, 5:48-Tour Outside, 7:17-Tour Inside Pedestal, 8:40-Tour Inside Statue. The tours at the end were the most exciting part though. Of
This is a beautiful flyover of ancient Rome as it was around 4AD, digitally reconstructed in 3D by the folks at History In 3D. The eight-minute video represents about 40% of Rome, and the team hopes to reconstruct the rest in the future. Some more info about the video and
This is an anamorphic portrait of Nikola Tesla created by Czech artist Patrik Proško using “washing machines, televisions, computers, radios, printers, microwaves, videos, speakers, lamps, and various electro appliances” to honor Tesla’s invention of the alternating current motor. The sculpture measures approximately 3.5m x 2.5m x 2.5m (~11.5′ x 8′
These are several videos (one for each game) of Youtuber CodyCantEatThis (come on, just try it anyways) recreating the original Legend Of Zelda, Super Mario Bros., and Sonic The Hedgehog games in 3D environments. I would play that Zelda one so hard. “How hard?” SO HARD. Like *Googles hardest metals*
This is a video just released by Google demonstrating its Project Starline, a fancy 3D video chat booth that’s supposed to make you feel like the person you’re talking to is actually sitting across from you through a window, jail visitation style. Some more info about the project while I