Capture the Motion Commotion

Capture the Motion Commotion

Published on March 15, 2010
If you’ve put motion capture technology into the category of has-been, you’re wrong!  After see...

The Creepy Side of 3D Indoor Mapping

The Creepy Side of 3D Indoor Mapping

Published on March 4, 2010
Last night I read an article about Nokia’s plans to develop 3D indoor mapping for Ovi.  Creeper...

An Application Designer’s Take on the Virtual French Pavilion

An Application Designer’s Take on the Virtual French Pavilion

Published on January 25, 2010
So what makes the French virtual pavilion interesting?  Oops, let me clarify . . . as in one of...

A Different Kind of Virtual World:  3DVIA Scenes

A Different Kind of Virtual World: 3DVIA Scenes

Published on January 15, 2010
3DVIA Scenes has been recently mentioned as another Virtual World, but we must state that is no...

Sneak Peek @Shanghai World Expo’s Virtual French Pavilion

Sneak Peek @Shanghai World Expo’s Virtual French Pavilion

Published on January 11, 2010
Hi everyone, Happy New Year!  I wish you lots of health and happiness in 2010! Things are geari...

A 3D Community Comes of Age, A Year at 3DVIA

A 3D Community Comes of Age, A Year at 3DVIA

Published on January 8, 2010
2009 was a very BIG year for 3DVIA. 3DVIA grew leaps and bounds this year, proving that users a...

3DVIA Mobile 1.1: What’s Better

3DVIA Mobile 1.1: What’s Better

Published on December 2, 2009
Hi there, I just met with Gerald so he could show me 3DVIA Mobile 1.1.  There are a couple of n...

Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D

Bridging the Gap Between 2D and 3D

Published on November 19, 2009
Years ago, I took the Myers-Briggs assessment test, which (as many of you know) evaluates your ...

If Gaming’s future is online, what about the present?

If Gaming’s future is online, what about the present?

Published on November 10, 2009
Hi there, Yesterday, Electronic Arts (known as EA), the world’s number one game developer...

Video Games Will Make You Cross-Eyed!?!

Video Games Will Make You Cross-Eyed!?!

Published on October 30, 2009
Back during the age of Pac-man and Pong, when ATARI was king, and the better games were all at ...