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Chocolate brain looks yummy enough to bite into

05/14/2012, Going through a MRI scan is not something one would classify as a “fun day out”, but then again, it is necessary to undergo the MRI scan as and when the situation requires it. Well, Andy Millins decided to take avantage of the situation by...

Qumarion mannequin offers intuitive 3D manipulation

05/07/2012, Ever wondered what it feels like to handle a voodoo doll? Well, I suppose you can get a semblance of that feeling with the Qumarion mannequin which you can view in action in the video above. The Qumarion mannequin is basically an input device that was...

Flying 3D eye-bots could be the future

05/04/2012, When it comes to ensuring your military campaign is a success, you will need intelligence – and that means having enough eyes and ears in enemy territory as possible. While drones have made life a whole lot easier over the years without risking life...

Sega Time Traveler is first holographic video game in the world

05/02/2012, We are all so stoked up about 3D movies and all these days, but have you given a thought about video games taking the 3D route? Sure, Nintendo’s 3DS was launched last year, but it has yet to make quite the impact in revolutionizing mobile gaming to...

Kids Send 3D GoPro Cameras Into Space; Astonishing Footage Recorded

04/20/2012, If you have a pair of 3D glasses you might want to go get them now. Even a pair of old anagylphs will do just fine for this video that we have embedded above. Some elementary school kids from Wonderland Elementary School sent up a weather balloon which...

Apple job listing hints at possible 3D incorporation into iOS

04/17/2012, We’ve seen a handful of patents filed by Apple in the past that has suggested that the company might at some point look at integrating 3D technology in its future products. While none of Apple’s products features 3D technology at the moment, it might...

YouTube delivers Full HD 2D videos in ’3D’

04/05/2012, The push for 3D technology is certainly something that companies have been trying to achieve for quite some time already, although the levels of success are questionable. YouTube, the world’s most popular video sharing service, has just introduced a...

3D-mapped Chapel ends up as laser-controlled musical instrument

04/03/2012, How can you turn the interior of a building into a musical instrument? Well, Prague-based projection mapping collective Macula have done exactly that, by transforming a Baroque church into a virtual music instrument which will allow the musically inclined...

3D enters surgery room

04/02/2012, 3D technology is not just limited to video games and movies on the silver screen, but it seems that it can even be used to help save lives in the future. For the first time in the history of the Manchester Royal Infirmary, surgeons there have utilized...

Jurassic Park 3D coming next year

03/20/2012, With the advent of 3D technology in cinemas these days, we have seen a fair number of re-releases – with Beauty and the Beast, Titanic and Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace all released, how about throwing in some dinosaur goodness into the...

BumpyPhoto turns 2D photos into 3D sculptures

03/14/2012, 3D movies in the cinemas might not exactly be doing roaring business, as statistics has shown, with the audience preferring to stick to regular 2D programming instead (something tells me that the current economic climate in the world also plays a part...

3D computer patient ‘avatars’ are virtual guinea pigs

03/09/2012, The field of medicine has now advanced to a point where doctors are able to perform a trial treatment on a virtual patient, and depending on the reaction in the virtual patient ‘avatar’, a more accurate treatment can be formulated before being...