A mesmerizing collection of sounds recorded at the Blender Institute by Andy Goralczyk. Can you guess the sounds in the first fragment?
I recently attended the Mini Maker Faire in Groningen, the Netherlands and got scanned on a Raspberry Pi-powered 3D scanner. So hello, it’s me! :)
The POV-Ray renderer team has released version 3.7. It features an insanely long list of changes, but the biggest change is the new license: POV-Ray is now AGPL and finally officially Free software.
POV-Ray was the first renderer I ever used and I love to see how well it works together with Blender these days – check out their integration add-on.
This week I’m evaluating the Disqus commenting system on BlenderNation. Please read this announcement and leave your feedback!
Celebrity Devs by Nex Pro
There’s quite a bit of fun developing around the big Blender developers picture from this year’s Blender Conference. Share your best edits in the comments and I’ll embed them in this post. The image with the most comment votes will be featured as the BlenderNation header on Monday! :)
Lino Thomas (linolafett) took this picture at the Blender Conference this year. Of course it doesn’t include ALL the Blender developers, but you’ll see many familiar names here!
Dolf Veenvliet teamed up with designer Michiel Cornelissen to dynamically generate unique 3D printable rings. Thanks to a combination of Blender and Python, you can now purchase them online.