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JBaymore    1,432

Kevin Hluch is working very hard on this project. It has been in the works for a good while now. It is the follow up to to his other book on American ceramists. The 3-D full rotation images are an amazing concept... but most of the imagew will still be 2-d.

 

Oh......... Yup.... I'm in there. :) Just wish I owned an Ipad or other Apple device with the new OS... so I could actually SEE it. Sigh..........

 

best,

 

.................john

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MoKa Kath    0

This is great. I've been meaning to look into the iBooks publishing software for a while now, and it would be interesting to know what proportion of tasks displayed here are part of that (free) software and what is done in external software (other than perhaps image editing).

 

I think it has great potential for the visual arts and publishing, and will be looking at how it can be used for an interactive sales brochure/catalogue. So, not just in the US, Evelyne, but it needs someone to come up with the idea, which is what this project shown is.

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bciskepottery    925

Kevin Hulch is working very hard on this project. It has been in the works for a good while now. It is the follow up to to his other book on American ceramists. The 3-D full rotation images are an amazing concept... but most of the imagew will still be 2-d.

 

Oh......... Yup.... I'm in there. :) Just wish I owned an Ipad or other Apple device with the new OS... so I could actually SEE it. Sigh..........

 

best,

 

.................john

John . . . with all those great internet bargains for getting an iPad for nothing or next to nothing, I'm surprised you don't have multiple devices. All it takes is one lucky click. (not)

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ChenowethArts    461

Very well done!  Such a terrific use of technology.  Kudos to all involved.

 

Whenever this is finished/published, count me in!

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How beautiful! Thank you for sharing Chris. It reminds me of the record player we had when I was a child. The disks with the paintings on them, then you had to put a manifold-mirror on it (don't know the name in English) and play it at, I don't remember, 78 turns? I was always so awed....

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