I was working on a project and went through my links, when I found the link to the NASA 3D models again. When I was home, I powered on the good old Blender 3D and imported the MK3 spacesuit.
You might wonder what a Toscanaut is: This is what you call users of Tricentis Tosca Testsuite. I like the idea. And I am glad I get to work by public transport and do not have to use a rocket (or space shuttle).
Note to self: silk may be a little thinner and less shiny…
I was always very fond of the Menger sponge. I built my level 4 sponge manually, not by using a recursive script. You can find a Python script for blender here. Here you will find some renders. I started with a simple lighting, did some reflection afterwards and finally changed the material to glass. Finally I changed the lighting to a two colored one and moved the camera inside. You can play yourself – take the blend file from here (nearly 2,5e6 triangles, 113 MB).
Concerning the headline: The Menger sponge is a strange thing. When the level goes towards infinite, the area does too but the volume goes towards 0. Tip on the side: Do not try to imagine this sponge 😉
Simple white sponge (1200 samples)
Menger sponge with hemilight from behind (2000 samples)
green green glass of home (3000 samples)
Insider job (1200 samples)
I was always fond of time lapses so I thought: Why not make my own?
I wanted to install the CHDK – an extension for Canon point and shoot cameras which makes them learn new tricks – on my Canon Powershot S95 anyway and had the opportunity to play around one evening. After the initial installation and my first try I had the following lessons learned Read more