Monthly Archives: July 2012

PostgreSQL Replication and Hot Standby – In Practice

This article describes how to setup PostgreSQL Replication and Hot Standby on two Amazon EC2 instances running Ubuntu. I spent good chunk of time learning these tricks in past two weeks, in order to implement High Availability solution for 3DTin … Continue reading

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Premium feature: Mix sketches by importing one into another

We have always supported and encouraged refining and deriving from existing sketches. But what if someone wants to use parts from multiple sketches into their derivative work? During my chat with @icevipergt and @Akin (two of our Ace users) in 3DTin’s … Continue reading

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Camera Animation: Make your 3D models more alive

Sharing 2D snapshots of your 3D models doesn’t really do justice to their beauty. To show them in their true glory, we should be able to show a video of them as the camera rotates around them occasionally zooming in … Continue reading

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Communication tools

An advantage of a web based content creation tool is collaboration with others. Effective collaboration requires right communication tools. Great artworks can be created by reusing and adapting others’ works to one’s own ideas (case in point). That is why … Continue reading

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i.materialise Design Contest winning prints

The winning prints from the 3DTin i.materialise Design Contest are out of the oven. Intriguing stealth bomber, smashing sports car and a voxelized empire warship. Great work  Germán, Stealth the third and Akin.  

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Better Profiles

We delivered a lot of big-n-small features in past few days, but didn’t get time to write about them. Let’s get started then with this post. Good artists like to customize their online profile to their taste. Now we provide couple of … Continue reading

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