3D Model of Greek or Roman Trireme Warship

3D Model: Trireme Warship

Geometry: Polygonal Polygons: 18,725 Vertices: 18,498 Textures: Yes Materials: No Rigged: No Animated: No UV Mapped: Yes Unwrapped UVs: Yes, overlapping 3D Model of Greek or Roman Trireme WarShip. FBX, OBJ, and Blender file Formats. Diffuse, bump and specular texture maps. UV-Unwrapped. Originally produced for Adventure Beyond Time 3d model > vehicles > vessel > sailing ship > trireme Keywords: roman warship bireme trireme sea vessel ship war boat navy military tower italy rome ocean rostrum bridge deck hull sail oar row slave captive wood

Illustration: 'Eye of Horus'

Illustration: The Eye of Horus

Cover Illustration and Title-Text Mock-up for “The Princess & Thief: The Tears of Hathor,” a Young Adult Fantasy Novel set in the Middle East during the early 16th Century. Previous black and white renders were borrowed to rapidly attempt a visualization. Several other concepts have been tested up to a rough color mock-up. The mystery created by the enigmatic symbol ultimately driving design direction toward this composition. The final render utilizes a combination of 3D render, photographic montage (‘photo-bashing’), and painted strokes. The square composition was chosen to enable excess crop and bleed in layout process. Expected target format is
                                                                        
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A history of consumer portable networked computing

A History of Portable Networked Computing

1966 – Tricorder science fiction, multipurpose portable networked computing and sensory device 1968 – Xerox PARC GUI & TCP/IP Alan Kay : a “personal, portable information manipulator” was imagined Xerox PARC in 1968, and described in his 1972 paper as the “Dynabook”. 1969 – ARPAnet started (Advanced Research Projects Agency network). It was opened to public users in the late 1970s and many universities and large businesses went on-line. 1975 – IBM 5100 $8,975 (BASIC with 16KB) to $19,975 (BASIC+APL with 64KB) Discontinued: 1978, CPU IBM PALM processor clocked at 1.9MHz. Small professional market place. 1977 – Apple II 1977
                                                                        
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3D Model of Mammoth or Elephant Skull

3D Model: Mammoth Skull

Geometry: Polygonal Polygons: 6,370 Vertices: 6,418 Textures: No Materials: No Rigged: No Animated: No UV Mapped: Yes Unwrapped UVs: No 3D model of Mammoth or Elephant Skull Originally produced for Adventure Beyond Time 3d model > nature > animal > animal anatomy > fossil > dinosaur skeleton > mammoth skeleton Keywords: skull mammoth elephant dino dinosaur fossil bone anatomy animal prehistoric ancient

The Jungle's Edge - Adventure Beyond Time

Jungle’s Edge

“The Jungle’s Edge,” In game assets from Adventure Beyond Time. Creation of this piece of the game world went a very long way toward establishing the Beyond Time universe. The shape of the submarine was directly inspired by the obelisk in 2001: A Space Odyssey. The initial development concept of Adventure Beyond Time had the early game world bathed in the orange glow of the evening sun. During creation of this the Submarine Jungle Edge Image a different sky temperature was attempted. The render immediately informed the design of the island: wet and misty. Furthermore, the soil around the base
                                                                        
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The Horizon Project

“Periodically through the course of history, opportunities to advance human knowledge and capabilites have arisen and thrust themselves before the eyes of our species which but just brief time earlier were entirely unimaginable. The taming of fire, the domestication of plant and animal, the discovery of a helio-centric universe, human flight and robot butlers are no less spectacular than the possibilities which await us now. The question which we are posed: Will human-beings become a multi-dimensional organism? Or, will we waste complacently into oblivion within the confines of the backwater 3.5 dimensional structure we have called home for so very
                                                                        
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3D Model of Life Raft

3D Model: Life Raft

Geometry: Polygonal Polygons: 2,590 Vertices: 2,483 Textures: Yes Materials: No Rigged: No Animated: No UV Mapped: No Unwrapped UVs: Yes, non-overlapping 3D object model of inflatable life-raft. 3d model > vehicles > vessel > lifeboat Keywords: life raft liferaft rescue ship safety equipment emergency shipwreck boat aid ocean sea inflate inflatable lost sink river water

3D Model of Viking Longboat

3D Model: Viking Longboat

Originally developed for ‘Adventure Beyond Time,’ this viking ship takes a novel approach on the design a Viking Longship, while maintaining much historical accuracy. Geometry: Polygonal, Polygons: 10,308, Vertices: 9,925, Textures: Yes, Materials: No, Rigged: No, Animated: No, UV Mapped: Yes, Unwrapped UVs: Yes, non-overlapping. 3d model > vehicles > vessel > sailing ship > viking ship > longship Keywords: boat ship viking longship longboat dragon north fantasy old ancient antique warrior historic medieval mystic mythology norse sailboat pagan oar battle

T-Shirt: The Secret of Chimera Labs T-Shirt

T-Shirt: The Secret of Chimera Labs

Official The Secret of Chimera Labs: KORPUS Specification T-Shirt from Aircamp Games ! Show your creative intelligence with KORPUS Specification T-Shirt, official wear from The Secret of Chimera Labs by Aircamp Games. KORPUS project was developed by the famed and elusive scientist, Teresa Von Awesome, at her advanced Nowhereseburg research facility, Chimera Labs. Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem. Available in Black, Navy and White for Women, Men, and Youth. Machine wash cold with like colors, dry low heat.

T-Shirt: The Secret of Chimera Labs T-Shirt

T-Shirt: The Secret of Chimera Labs

Official The Secret of Chimera Labs: KORPUS Specification T-Shirt from Aircamp Games ! Show your creative intelligence with KORPUS Specification T-Shirt, official wear from The Secret of Chimera Labs by Aircamp Games. KORPUS project was developed by the famed and elusive scientist, Teresa Von Awesome, at her advanced Nowhereseburg research facility, Chimera Labs. Lightweight, Classic fit, Double-needle sleeve and bottom hem. Available in Silver and White for Women, Men, and Youth. Machine wash cold with like colors, dry low heat.