DC is doing 3D covers in September again.
I look forward to being so angry that my eyes bleed red for another 30 days!
I was intrigued by these delicate, flowing characters, some of which look like suspended underwater organisms. They were created by the mysterious ‘Abi’ of Cambridge, NY (no further profile listed or found).
This sort of lettering seems to go hand-in-hand with mystery. Last year Stephen Coles mused on the origins of this graceful mark. It was later identified as the Fin International logo by a helpful Type Worship reader.
3D Glasses Put Video Game Players Right Into Games
New innovative 3D glasses now has made it possible for video game players a more immersive gaming experience than ever before. Its just by moving their heads that the players can now achieve the results that would have otherwise required punching on the console buttons. Head tracking tech is also a lot more accurate in that the movements will be registered in less than 5 milliseconds.
All of it is made possible with a pair of Cinemizer OLED 3D glasses which not only is gaming oriented but can immerse the viewer in any video content and not just video games. Perhaps the best thing with the headtracker is that it does not need the use of any special driver for its operations. Rather, it can be activated directly with any games, be it for Windows, Mac or the Linux operating system. Also, the headtracker is also applicable for games that require the use of a mouse. Further, the headtracker can also be connected to almost any device that has a video out signal. This includes smartphones, tablets, Xbox, BlueRay player an so on.
As part of an advertising campaign for the Schusev State Museum of Architecture in Moscow, Saatchi & Saatchi Russia put together a creative team to assemble the deep, labyrinthine roots of some iconic buildings; the shoulders of giants that all current architecture stands atop of. You can see many more WIP shots over at Design You Trust