August 28, 2015
One of the soft spots of 3D printing technology is the warping or lack of adhesion in extruded plastic models. Are heated build plates the answer? In the spirit of true enquiry (and a little self promotion), Californian 3D print ‘farmers’ SD3D decided to test the heat distribution on the plates of several popular printers. […]
August 23, 2015
Big things are afoot in documentary storytelling. As online audiences grow more accustomed to choosing how stories develop, interactive documentaries show the way. Documentaries are changing and it is not because the subjects are less interesting when told as a traditional linear story – beginning, middle and end. Web technology and the rebirth of virtual […]
August 14, 2015
Web video is quietly undergoing the most dramatic revolution in its short history. Below the surface of the net there are moves to break once and for all with the old TV broadcast model. Watching the way that video is evolving in the web era is mesmerising. In the short period since Youtube launched in […]
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