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Monday, 24 December 2012

Kenwood: 3D sunroom!

Here's a not so wee Christmas pressie: Chris Sileo, the not so wee genius that he is, has released the latest version of his 3D sunroom. A work in progress, still, but now an "explorable" one.

For once, enough o' my blather - go to the link at the end of this sentence (click on the 4 arrows on the menu bar when you get there to centre it), and prepare to be astoundergast... 3D SUNROOM!

(Chris also has a Facebook page up and running showing some of his other works in progress. Head over there and "Friend" him, or whatever you do on these things: The Beatles in 3D on Facebook)


  1. i'm totally blown away by this... it's almost 2:00am here in rio, i have to check this out again in the morning. amazing!!! i sent the link to hundreds of people all over the world just now.

  2. Unbelievable. Puts you right there...oh how I wish...

  3. Dead impressive. Dedication, that's what you need.