Special Effects

The First 3-D Printed Book Cover

Post by Meltem Akturk

The world’s first 3-D printed book cover is a novel by Chang-Rae Lee “On Such a Full Sea” published by Riverhead Books. Helen Yentus, the art director of Riverhead Books says about the making of the slipcover “We’re looking for new ways to present our books that give people the opportunity to have something to hold onto that’s not available in digital form,”

It’s beautifully designed book and a very beautiful application of the 3d printer, it’s more an object than a normal book.

You don’t have to write this, history does this for you

Post by iSiZ

This is what it looks like when a visual effects software company gets help from sponsors and a great team to make a short spy movie.

In the movie Spy vs Guy a spy attempts to get a coin back that he lost to a pizza boy. This coin can activate a missile. The many failing attempts by the spy give a funny and somewhat caricature and cartoonish feel to the movie.

Some of the scenes are inspired on true stories. Seth Worley, the director says: ‘You don’t have to write this, history does this for you.’