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DFF Bast Projects
10 Dec 2007
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9 Dec 2007
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my 3d demo reel 2007 (low res version) for high res version - www.zer0pages******/demoreel.avi james suret zero_jsyahoo**** zer0pages******
21 Jan 2008
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3DS Max tutorial to mimic the ink outline as seen in
27 Aug 2008
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All new real life crime series, Crime 360, premieres March 6 10:00PM/9C on A&E. Criminal investigations and advanced forensic technology will be brought together for the first time on TV. Watch more at *******www.aetv****/crime-360
28 Feb 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
18 Jul 2009
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Sneak peek of the 2nd episode of the all new real life crime series, Crime 360. Tune in on Thursday March 13 10:00PM/9C on A&E. Watch more criminal investigations and advanced forensic technology at *******www.aetv****/crime-360
8 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
12 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
12 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
12 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes, photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
9 Feb 2009
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
12 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
12 Mar 2008
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By looking at biological and botanical life for ideas that can be exported to architecture – branching, membranes , photosynthesis, ieaf phyllotaxis, aesthetics, etc – an agenda of design concepts may be proposed that simulates desirable properties found in nature for deployment in building. Material scientists are using biomimetic investigations, where researchers look to natural forms of life and organic elements-shells, fish , bacteria , plants , animals , spiders , etc.- for properties such as hardness, lightness , strength , softness , stickiness , etc. to extract new materials and new ways of manufacturing. My project uses some of the tactics involved in biomimetics for application to architecture and applies the extrapolated observations to software growth. The project is conceptual and theoretical yet physically buildable: digital and physical models, animations, and STL models are part of the resulting project.
11 Dec 2008
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3D max based animations from tuts. Since the text on the ball animations does not show clearly, it says check out my other videos :) EnjoY!
16 Mar 2008
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This is a little scene I've created yestarday and I thought you may like the idea. Please leave some comments/suggestions.. ;-)
16 Mar 2008
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