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Atle Berg
Situated in Trondheim, Norway
Situated in Trondheim, Norway
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New article published about exploring different techniques for bringing real life objects and locations into VR.
VR Explorations
VR Explorations
blog.atleberg.com
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Short note on SAMBA client mount under Ubuntu 17.04.
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A quick and fun weekend project, 3D printing a stamp.
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Playing around with VR in Unreal Engine. Not as hard as I feared :)
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New part for the FABtotum fabricator. A filament spool this time.
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My FABtotum arrived today :)
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Explosive plates for VFX
Disclaimer: this is a big "do not try this at home"-post as it involves flammable gasses and explosions, so don't! Wait, who am I kidding - you're totally going to try this at home aren't you... just don't say I didn't warn you when you stand there missing ...
Explosive plates for VFX
Explosive plates for VFX
blog.atleberg.com
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The Slow Regard of Silent Things
What a great read! As every great story it leaves you a bit sad at the end - not because the story itself, but because the book has ended and you want to stay in that universe with those characters a little while longer. I love the Kingkiller Chronicle's as...
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Notes on getting a 3D printer
So you've decided to get yourself a 3D printer. Particularly a plastic extruder printer (or FDM for short). Should you build it from scratch or rather buy a kit or a pre-made printer? I think the first thing you need to decide is whether you want the 3D pri...
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V-Ray for Blender under Linux
Behold my fantastic 3D skillz... The other day I discovered that V-Ray 3 had become available for, the open source 3D software,  Blender and thought that would be neat to try out. At work we primarily rely on Autodesk Maya as the primary 3D software. Since ...
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