Last month was very active in the Da Vinci 3D Experiences community. We now have the 3 winners of the DaVinci 3D competition in partnership with HP, AMD, Scala Archives and the Clos Lucé castle. Overall, candidates built impressive, fully documented projects with great 3D designs and experiences. Congrats to all for the hard work and the passion to share! 🙂
The voting period now being over, the community elected the three following winners:
N°1: Nubevelo, the Vinci Wingsuit by Thibault WALTZER
As a real innovation, Thibault decided to mix together two Da Vinci concepts: the Helix system combined with the Flying Machine in order to create the “Flying Pack”. Not only he reconstructed in 3D from the codex, but also he invented a new machine and designed it! Thibault is student at UTBM, Montbéliard France and learning mechanical engineering with ergonomic and design options. Read the whole Vinci wingsuit project story and see the photos & videos here. Thibault wins the HP Z Book and his model will be staged and displayed at the Clos Lucé Castle in France. Big up to Thibault!
N°2: DaVinci Scythe Chariot by Antonio CAMBEROS
Antonio from Mexico chose to design the Scythe Chariot in 3D. The idea was to comply with the Da Vinci codex while adding modern techniques in order to make it “real” and “working”. Read the whole article about the Scythe Chariot and see the photos & videos here. Antonio wins the AMD FirePro W7000 graphic card, congratulations Antonio!
N°3: Leonardo Da Vinci Battleship by Alain DUGOUSSET
Alain, impressed by Leonardo ideas, concepts and paintings decided to model the Da Vinci Battleship. He made the complete detail design of the machine including all the interior mechanisms, canon guns and the generated the full kinematic. He even made the battleship in perspectives comparing it with a modern boat ! Read the whole article about the Da Vinci Battleship and see the photos & videos here. Alain wins the AMD FirePro W5000 graphic card, congratulations Alain!
Please encourage all of them by having a look to their posts and projects on the Da Vinci 3D Experiences Community, comments and feedback are welcome 🙂