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Blenderart Mag Issue #31 now available


This issue's theme is 'Under the Microscope'.

Sandra Gilbert writes:

Welcome to Issue #31, “Under the Microscope”

Blender provides an excellent tool set for producing simulations, visualizations and walk-throughs, as well as educational videos based on the various research projects.

In this issue we take a look at some of the exciting ways that Blender is being used for research and education.

So grab your copy today.

Also be sure to check out our gallery of wonderful images submitted by very talented members of our community.

Table of Contents:

  • Physics of Circular Motion
  • A World of Rotations
  • BioBlender: Blender for Biologists
  • Educational Science and Engineering videos
  • Computer Sim. and Modeling of Liquid Droplets
  • The Transporters
  • Microorganismal Worlds

And Lot More...

Blenderart Magazine Mirrors, Torrents and Online links can be found at: Reminder: Submissions for issue #32 due February 5th, Call for Content Issue #32


  1. What the hay, it wasn't that much from the previous release. Someboy donate your airmailes and snd these guys to a well deserved vacation.

  2. Congratulations Adam, you got the front cover. Was a very nice surprise for him as well as my self to see it there.

    As for the magazine, all I can say is keep up the impressive work. Learned a few things in the past from them, and expecting to learn a lot more in the future.

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