Just a few months ago, we go our first look at the 3D photo-app Seene. But now, instead of just turning photos into a parallax party trick, the app's next update will let you make full fledged, textured 3D models. And judging from the preview below, it looks positively awesome.
Just as we did a year ago, I'm kicking off 2014 with a list of design trends I expect to gain ground over the next twelve months. The world of interactive design is an extreme fluid in terms of what's determined as a staple of good design from year to year.
This scene of an approaching owl is not a video. It's a still image. Seriously. One still image manipulated to appear like a video scene. In fact, each scene in the following video is made from one photo only. It's unbelievable.
Space, as we all know, is big. In fact, it's more than big; it's vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big.
Green Lantern is quite possibly the most fiendishly complicated of all the superheroes, surrounded by cosmic mythology, strange aliens, and convoluted backstory. But let us help you through the insanity with this beginner's guide to all things Green Lantern.
Last Friday, NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory captured this video of a partial solar eclipse, which shows the Moon blotting out the edges of the Sun in most unusual fashion, seemingly reversing direction as it moves. What's going on here?
We've had a feeling that Green Lantern's final showdown would be with a certain alien menace from the comics... and the latest Green Lantern movie toy only confirms our suspicions. Check out some more spoilerific Green Lantern toys, including one Ryan Reynolds figure that recites the entire Green Lantern Corps oath.
Advocates argue that 3D is totally the future, it just needs to be a bit more convenient and glasses-free—you'll see! Unfortunately for these advocates, Toshiba's latest numbers are not helping the cause, at least in the near-term.
Take a look at the alleged space parasite and "living embodiment of fear" rumored to be Hal Jordan's big nemesis in the first Green Lantern movie. Spoilery pictures and speculation ahead.
The word is a certain cosmic Green Lantern character will appear in 2011's GL flick. He's not a household name, and his inclusion signals that filmmakers aren't straying from the wackier side of the GL mythos. Who is it?
Superheroes can escape almost any trap... except for 50 years' worth of backstory that's dated, self-contradictory or gets in the way of a story. So what do you do? Reach for the retcon! Here are 15 examples of retcon fail.
Parallax has just released their NES controller socket to the delights of modders everywhere. Instead of forcing them to chop up an old NES to get the 7-pin socket, Parallax has made it available for only $2 on their site. The NES controller would be great for all kinds of little projects, from robots to old-school…
Japan's National Institute of Information and Communications Technology has created this prototype physical 3D display that works a little differently than the other 3D tech out there. Those bright spots aren't LEDs, but a complex array of lenses arranged on top of LCDs, forming the sides of a cube. By a kind of…
Sharp has been showing off their glasses-less 3D Parallax technology for years, and now they're partnering with VMJ to create the biggest commercial 3D display in the world. A 65-inch 1920x1080 LCD with 120-degree viewing angle, it's priced at around $30,000—meaning it's more aimed at wooing the crowds in public…