This is so wonderful! A 3D fly-through of the Apollo 11 command module, right in your browser. It might get your fan whirring, but it’s worth it.
Click through for lots of great details on the interface controls, like which kinds of buttons and switches were chosen for which tasks.
And there’s this lovely note scrawled near the sextant by Michael Collins (the coolest of all the astronauts):
Spacecraft 107, alias Apollo 11, alias ‘Columbia.’ The Best Ship to Come Down the Line. God Bless Her.
This is a rather lovely idea—a disc with eight rings, each marked with the position of a planet, the arrangement of which corresponds to a specific date.
Michael Weinberg’s follow-up whitepaper to “It will be awesome if they don’t screw it up.”
I know have a visualisation of my public data in the form of 3D-printed snowflake, thanks to Medaler.
3D printing an exoskeleton for a child with arthrogryposis — technology can be so fricking awesome!
You think that Digital Rights Management is bad? What about Physible Rights Management?
Rendered in canvas by the reverend Dan Catt. Now I really want to play Elite.
Anil shares his thoughts on where there’s room for improvement in 3D printing, or as he calls it, teleporting.
Brendan is posting pictures of everything he fabs. Fab!
This may be one of the best pecha kuch— I mean, Ignite presentations I’ve ever seen.
Beautiful chemistry visualisations using canvas.
Unbelievable 3D visualisation created by extracting common points from millions of pictures on Flickr of Rome, Venice and Dubrovnik. As Matt Haughey would say, "Holy shitballs!"
Celebrating the Apollo 11 anniversary with Seb's 3D lunar lander game.
Cam's latest experiment is insane but brilliant ...sort of like Cam himself.
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Ridiculously impressive demo of a 3D engine in Flash.
Make your own 3D printer (you know, like the replicator in Star Trek) using sugar and an air pump. The results are astoundingly cool.
Pwn3d! "Undercover reporter Michelle Madigan (Associate Producer of NBC Dateline) got a little more than she bargained for when she tried to sneak in to DEFCON 2007 with hidden cameras to get someone to confess to a felony."