3DInternet.com – Hyper-Reality

July 20, 2008


If you want to check out a company creating really innovative products in the 3D arena you should visit the website of 3DInternet.com. The company has been around for a while but they recently launched a new website which has some very impressive demos and a preview of their new hyper-reality technology.

The level of realism they have achieved with their 3D products are quite groundbreaking. Their 3D malls, 3D job fairs and 3D collaboration products are much closer to real life than any other competitive products we have seen. 3Dwalkthroughs.com was also impressed with their architectural 3D products.

About 3DInternet.com
3DInternet provides a broad range of services that range from 3D Interactive Training Simulators, 3D application simulations, Design & Marketing, Virtual Tours and Online Shopping. Current projects being developed using our hyper-reality technologies include 3D shopping, 3D job fairs and recruitment, 3D collaboration services and online conventions and meetings. Leading the way globally, we are focused on providing professional services to all sectors of the economy.

Image and Content Source: 3DInternet.com website


3DInternet.com – Hyper-Reality

July 20, 2008


If you want to check out a company creating really innovative products in the 3D arena you should visit the website of 3DInternet.com. The company has been around for a while but they recently launched a new website which has some very impressive demos and a preview of their new hyper-reality technology.

The level of realism they have achieved with their 3D products are quite groundbreaking. Their 3D malls, 3D job fairs and 3D collaboration products are much closer to real life than any other competitive products we have seen. 3Dwalkthroughs.com was also impressed with their architectural 3D products.

About 3DInternet.com
3DInternet provides a broad range of services that range from 3D Interactive Training Simulators, 3D application simulations, Design & Marketing, Virtual Tours and Online Shopping. Current projects being developed using our hyper-reality technologies include 3D shopping, 3D job fairs and recruitment, 3D collaboration services and online conventions and meetings. Leading the way globally, we are focused on providing professional services to all sectors of the economy.

Image and Content Source: 3DInternet.com website


The July "This has absolutely nothing to do with 3D post"

July 19, 2008

While doing research for new camera technologies I came across a interesting new technology being offered by Polaroid. You remember Polaroid, the point, shoot and shake the negative camera.

The new technology is called The Polaroid PoGo™ and is an Instant Mobile Printer that uses ZINK™ or Zero Ink™ Printing Technology from ZINK Imaging. PoGo™ Instant Mobile Printer provides a new, innovative way to share digital photos directly from your camera cell phone or digital camera, instantly.

A few interesting features about this new technology include:

– 2×3″ borderless color images in under a minute
– Prints without ink using ZINK™ Zero Ink™ Printing Technology from ZINK Imaging
– Connects to cellphones or digital cameras through blue tooth or USB

3Dwalkthroughs.com imagines the PoGo and Zink technology will soon be able to create much larger prints as well. You can learn a little more about this cool new technology and see a sample video of PoGo in action at this link.


Fitspott.com Friday Update (July 18th,2008)

July 18, 2008


Every Friday 3Dwalkthroughs.com likes to give an update on the progress of Fitspott. So here it is:

Things are moving at a very rapid pace. The Fitspott team is juggling a million different tasks to maintain our projected Mid-September launch date. In additon, our marketing team has been very busy coordinating the next steps of our marketing campaign.

In a response to the out of control schedule we have all been adhering to, Erin, one of our Co-Founders, has invented the newest type of palm pilot. (see pic above)It is called the Palm Pad.

Needless to say we are all looking forward to the day when we launch and the platform is bug free. Knowing the makeup of our team however, the minute we are bug free will be the minute we jump right back into the fire and start our phase 2 activity.


Fitspott.com Friday Update (July 18th,2008)

July 18, 2008


Every Friday 3Dwalkthroughs.com likes to give an update on the progress of Fitspott. So here it is:

Things are moving at a very rapid pace. The Fitspott team is juggling a million different tasks to maintain our projected Mid-September launch date. In additon, our marketing team has been very busy coordinating the next steps of our marketing campaign.

In a response to the out of control schedule we have all been adhering to, Erin, one of our Co-Founders, has invented the newest type of palm pilot. (see pic above)It is called the Palm Pad.

Needless to say we are all looking forward to the day when we launch and the platform is bug free. Knowing the makeup of our team however, the minute we are bug free will be the minute we jump right back into the fire and start our phase 2 activity.


Fitspott.com Friday Update (July 18th,2008)

July 18, 2008


Every Friday 3Dwalkthroughs.com likes to give an update on the progress of Fitspott. So here it is:

Things are moving at a very rapid pace. The Fitspott team is juggling a million different tasks to maintain our projected Mid-September launch date. In additon, our marketing team has been very busy coordinating the next steps of our marketing campaign.

In a response to the out of control schedule we have all been adhering to, Erin, one of our Co-Founders, has invented the newest type of palm pilot. (see pic above)It is called the Palm Pad.

Needless to say we are all looking forward to the day when we launch and the platform is bug free. Knowing the makeup of our team however, the minute we are bug free will be the minute we jump right back into the fire and start our phase 2 activity.


3D Floor Plans – Amenity/Club House Areas

July 17, 2008

3Dwalkthroughs.com took a quick trip to Maryland yesterday to do a property tour of a friends development project. The property is almost complete and is absolutely amazing. One of the highlights of the property is the sprawling amenity area which is loaded with cool features.

After the tour we visited the sales office and I had a chance to review some of their marketing materials. The printed give away was very impressive and did a good job at marketing the property. I was a little disppointed however at the big 2D Floor Plan on the wall which is being used to show the layout of the property to customers that were on-site.

As a result, we are taking it upon ourselves to create a highly detailed 3D Floor Plan that will much more effectively demonstrate the foot print of the amenity area and all that it has to offer…we will post it when we finish.

We have been introducing 3D floor plans to a lot of our clients and are amazed at how many people have not seen them before.


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable


Google’s Cities in 3D Program Rolls Out First Few Completed Cities

July 15, 2008


A few months ago 3Dwalkthroughs.com posted about Google’s Cities in 3D program. The program encourages 3D models of cities to be developed and integrated into Google Earth.

Some of the benefits of the Cities in 3D program include:
Helping with public planning

Fostering economic development

Boosting tourism

Simplifying navigation and geographic analysis

Enhancing facilities management

Supporting security and crime prevention

Facilitating emergency management

The program was initially rolled out in March but today Google announced the rollout of the first group of completed cities. These cities include: Amherst, Mass., Jamestown, N.Y., Washington D.C., Greenville, S.C., McMinnville, Tenn., as well as the Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County, Tenn.

It will be interesting to see how quickly this spreads to the Western half of the country. We were impressed with the level of detail in the 3D models shown on the Youtube demo of their program.

Image Source: Mashable