These new photos are the work of Joseph Ford, who’d like nothing more than to have a enormous Nintendo DS building. The only place that this could ever be made would be Japan.
Still, it kind of looks awesome.
Looking for an inexpensive way to turn real world objects into usable 3D digital models? This relatively low-cost solution takes an unusual approach to digitizing models into your computer.
3D3 Solutions’ FlexScan3D lets you use an ordinary LCD projector and digital camera to help produce wireframes that can be imported into 3D computer graphics programs for use in art, animation, or rapid prototyping.