Getting the feedback and comments from the Corel products communities & forums is an important point that helps shape future versions of our products. But some of you might want to go to the next step, to be able to shape the future releases of Corel and make them even better. If you are interested in testing and providing feedback on pre-release versions of our upcoming graphics, digital media or digital arts products…
Moving my blog posts to [Medium], where I will be posting my progress on my VR research and experiments.
After watching the [ARCore course on Coursera], I have decided to compile the list of different potential use cases themes for AR. It has already being used in number of areas. The most used of those are:
– Furniture: integrate digital 3D furniture indoors
– Clothing: ‘trying’ clothes on digitally
– Make up: seeing…
Continuing my work on Elements of Design, Rowena Reed Kostellow and the structure of visual relationships, by Gail Greet Hannah.
In the task 7 Constructions, it is asked to create constructions made up of elements in a variety of materials, which may be used as found, or bent or shaped in some way, and then combined. Construction has to be abstract and emotionally expressive.
For this task I used C4D. Here is a few of…
Continuing my work on Elements of Design, Rowena Reed Kostelow and the structure of visual relationships, by Gail Greet Hannah.
In the task 6 Lines in Space, it is asked to create different types of curves and combine 6 of them in a harmonious balanced composition.
For this task I used C4D. Here is a few of the 50 compositions I was tasked to create:
Concept: to have menus in VR resemble more of physical catalogues / library archive shelves; with tabs for categories, that can be expanded or collapsed by being pulled up and down with the VR controllers.
The classic library archive systems label, categorise and allow an easier access to items providing tabs or the sides of shelves or cards.
In VR, the same system, combined with an ability to easily collapse and expand…
In the task 5 Planar Constructions, it is asked to create a series of two- and three-dimensional planes. The planar constructions should express complementary contrast in types of planes, complementary contrast in proportions, harmony between the edges of planes and their axes; the edges should…
In the task 4 Fragments, it is asked to divide geometric solid shapes (sphere, hemisphere, cylinder, cone, ovoid, rectilinear shapes) into at least 3 fragments, and group them in a beautiful composition.