Check this out!

•September 4, 2008 • 1 Comment

an Awesome new 3D, Video, and Motion-Graphics Studio…


Sony’s Dancing Robots!

•August 28, 2008 • Leave a Comment


This is just incredible! I mean they move quickly and very smoothly… I really am looking forward to watching technology change and advance over the next 50 years… for those of you that find this interesting you should google the Japanese Android… For stuff from Toyota read more->

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Sons of Anarchy

•August 27, 2008 • Leave a Comment


coming September 3rd

coming September 3rd

Coming September 3 to FX, wednesday at 10pm. its about A man in his early 30s struggles to find a balance in his life between being a new dad and his involvement in a motorcycle gang. 

A drama about a notorious outlaw motorcycle club’s efforts to protect their town of Charming, CA., with the network ordering 13 episodes, announced The Hollywood Reporter. THE SHIELD’s writer/executive producer Kurt Sutter wrote the pilot and will also exec produce. too bad I don’t have a TV… for more info on the “Sons of Anarchy” visit this link Sons of Anarchy.

The future of BMW

•August 26, 2008 • 5 Comments

BMW and their new “shapeshifting” car. Building concept cars lets designer’s imagination forget about rules and limits and create everything they want. 

The result is often outstanding. BMW offered to our attention an outlandish model – a shape-shifting car covered with fabric – the GINA Light Visionary Model. 

It is made neither of steel nor of aluminum or carbon fiber. The model’s body consists of seamless fabric stretched over a movable metal frame. This combination allows the owner to change its shape according to his or her desire. 

It runs and drives as a usual one. Actually, the car was designed for the BMW Museum in Munich, because creating a practical car wasn’t the goal for the producers. 

While building the car, the team of the designers and engineers were allowed to forget about usual principles and make something incredible. So, the car is going to remain just the concept, it is not suitable for series production. 

The car was built on the Z8 chassis and features a 4.4-liter V8 and six-speed automatic transmission. The producers assure that polyurethane-coated Lycra is resilient, durable and weather resistant. 

The aluminum frame, that the Lycra is stretched over, is controlled by electric and hydraulic actuators that let the driver change the body shape. Thanks to completely new technologies, there will be no problem if you want to have a big spoiler on the back of the car or wider fenders. 

The doors open in jack-knife way and are absolutely lank when closed. The access to the engine was made through a cut in the hood. The most important thing is that the shape of the car can be easily changed, but the fabric won’t be damaged. 

The interior of the car was made to create the maximum comfort for the driver. Moreover, this concept GINA provides all the safety of a modern car. 

BMW hopes that GINA will help to change the design of future innovative cars. Where will technology take us next?

Far Cry 2 Fan Video I Made

•August 20, 2008 • Leave a Comment

Made with Sony Vegas Pro

Music is from the 2008

Iron Man

A new kind of computer monitor?

•August 19, 2008 • Leave a Comment

So check this out… people go out and spend anywhere from $1,000-$8,000 or more dollars getting multiple monitors to enhance their gaming or design work space on their computer, which is 100% understandable, being in the 3D and Game design world myself, I know that the more workspace the better. 

The biggest problem with all this new hardware is the cost in physical desk space and moreover the cost in dollars! So that where “eMagin” comes in with their awesome “eMagin Z800 3DVisor” which simulates a 105″ continues monitor viewed at 12 feet away or in a “crescent shape” looking forward is the front part of the screen, but if you look to the right or left the screen continues to a total of 105″ which is alot bigger that having three 30″ monitors! and the best thing about is that I have found it for only 1299.99 which is cheeper that one brand new 30″ apple monitor…

know I’m not saying don’t buy a monitor, buy this… that would be stupid, for I’m sure that LCD monitors still have better quality than this, but if you want a cheeper solution then I would definitely try this out! and also give it a year or two more that this technology will be so advanced, maybe monitors will be obsolete.

Cinema 4D Resources

•August 5, 2008 • Leave a Comment

I have been locked away in the 3D world for over 6 years now and I know it can be hard when trying to start without any experience or schooling, lucky for us there’s cool websites like, it may not be free but its a whole lot cheaper then going to school. what you can learn after signing up with them, is more valuable then the small price you pay. They have hundreds of detailed tutorials and discussion rooms (for you when you need hard questions answered), they have hundreds of different textures and materials. I would definitely recommend you get a membership with them if you need to learn the more difficult parts of C4D.