- A Moto Disguised
- This Plug is a Switch!
- 2014 KeyShot Render & Animation Competition
- Introducing… the future!
- Turnt Up Chess!
Posted: 29 Oct 2014 08:14 AM PDT
Despite having pedals, the Hydro Bike isn’t really a bicycle at all. This fuel cell-powered transportation features these faux pedals because in a lot of countries it would legally still be considered a bicycle, avoiding the need for a motorcyclists license, road tax, etc.. Thanks to its compact hydrogen power tech, the unibody design is a bit slimmer and stealthier than other powered bikes without sacrificing power for not only its motor but other various components including sleek integrated lights.
Designer: Imran Othman
Posted: 29 Oct 2014 04:56 AM PDT
Ideas that enhance functionality are always welcome, and hence the Clack Plug makes its way here. The socket is the switch itself; hence the design compels you to switch off the plug when not in use. Ideal of course is to unplug devices when not in use, but for now the Clack Plug will suffice.
Designers: Goeun Choi, Jeongsoo Heo & Younghun Lim
Posted: 29 Oct 2014 02:56 AM PDT
Start your (render) engines! This October, Luxion kicks off their annual KeyShot render competition to submit your best automotive-related rendering created in KeyShot for the opportunity to win a license of KeyShot Pro. What can you submit? Well, it could be a car, a motorcycle or a rim, headlamp or aftermarket part for any vehicle. Send it in and show what you've got!
KeyShot is used throughout the automotive industry, from the automakers to the aftermarket, for its accurate paint materials and unmatched lighting capabilities. Shift your automotive scenes into overdrive and submit your render or animation today!
The best rendering wins a seat of KeyShot Pro, the best animation wins a seat of KeyShot Pro + Animation, 10 will receive Honorable Mention prizes and all will receive the enduring admiration of the KeyShot community! Here are all the details.
Team entries are welcome – prize will be transferred to team leader
Learn from a Pro! Watch Tim Feher's webinar on rendering automotive models in KeyShot, see this KeyShot Webinar. Or, sign up for the upcoming 'Automotive Render Q&A' where Tim will answer your questions about creating visuals with KeyShot.
For a license of KeyShot without watermarked renderings, email email@example.com with "KeyShot 2014 Render Competition" in the subject line. You will receive a license for use in the contest.
With your submission, it's nice to know what work went into your rendering or animation! Tell Luxion what modeling software or other tools are used. If post editing is done, show a before and after. It's always interesting to see!
Luxion retains the right to use any image or animation submitted for purposes of promotion and marketing. All rights to the image belong to the person creating the image and attribution will be given when an image is used. Additional requests for use of render or animation files may be requested of the user via email.
The submissions will be judged on three criteria: creativity, originality and composition.
Deadline: Sunday, November 16th, 2014 (last time zone)
Announcement: The winner will be announced Thursday, November 20, 2014 on the KeyShot website, forum and social media sites.
Some current entries:
Posted: 29 Oct 2014 12:01 AM PDT
It’s called Bleen, and it’s a breakthrough in technology that reimagines the holographic projection system of tomorrow as as convenient and portable. From its sculptural shell, holographic images are displayed for a variety of applications available in the open-source Bleen Store. This means developers can create an endless amount of programs for gaming, sports, education, exercise, and of course, entertainment. Do virtual yoga with friends, enjoy a 3D gaming experience, or even hire a virtual “DJ” for your next party! See it in action —>
Designer: Bleen Inc
Posted: 29 Oct 2014 12:01 AM PDT
The game of chess has long been an iconic symbol of status and intellect, so why not put your own on display? Mate is a wall-hanging chess board that provides a new and challenging perspective of the battle field. The design serves as functional art that allows players to enjoy the traditional game in an exciting way where an audience of friends can watch. It looks great and means no more top board that taking up space and collecting dust in the corner! DO WANT!
Designer: Sean D. Connell
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