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  1. August 31, 2014

    Charles Gaines: Gridwork 1974-1989, The Studio Museum in Harlem, New York – review

    ...dramatic hues – the sober sage revealing his riotous baroque side. Today, film animators use sophisticated image capture and 3D rendering software to translate objects and bodies into binary code and then into avatars they can manipulate. That’s the... By Ariella Budick

  2. August 29, 2014

    Why the UK is leading the way in wallpaper design

    ...metal, leather and cardboard and making 3D patterns that are sought after by a global...buttons and even added pockets and zips to her 3D wall coverings. The feather paper was created...tiles and panels, the latter in sculptural 3D designs of flowers and abstract shapes that... By Kate Watson-Smyth

  3. August 29, 2014

    Google tests drone deliveries in Australia

    ...ready”. Alongside Google and Amazon, several drone start-ups are exploring commercial use of unmanned aerial vehicles. 3D Robotics, which sells drone kits, received $30m in venture funding last year and in June Airware, which is developing autopilot... By Tim Bradshaw in San Francisco

  1. August 28, 2014

    China hosting site eyes bigger slice of film industry

    ...as Golden Era, a film about China writers in the 1920s scheduled for release in October, and The Taking of Tiger Mountain, a 3D epic. The Continent, another big budget film partly financed by Youku, has made Rmb627m this year and is still in cinemas... By Charles Clover in Beijing

  2. FT Tech Hub

    August 28, 2014

    Coolest Cooler raises $10.7m to break Kickstarter record

    ...the same music, and shows off many of the same situations, albeit with a few more slapstick gags, a tactically placed Makerbot 3D printer in the background and a more obvious prompt to share the video at the end. But the crucial addition to the Coolest Cooler... Tim Bradshaw

  3. August 15, 2014

    Valuations grow for apps that offer less and less

    When, in a few years’ time, a 3D virtual reality listicle about absurd tech company valuations is shared via Buzzfeed – or whichever digital platform is then attracting... By Matthew Vincent

  4. August 15, 2014

    A loser’s guide to cinema-going

    ...especially for young people aged seven to 24, who now make up 43 per cent of the UK’s cinemagoers. Hence the enthusiasm for 3D or seats that vibrate and lurch along with the action (recently installed in an Odeon cinema in Liverpool). For older movie lovers... By Antonia Quirke

  5. August 15, 2014

    Cinemas experiment and evolve to win audience from competition

    ...success and movie theatres are evolving at an unprecedented pace. New technology, from satellite-connected digital projectors to 3D and 4D cinema, is allowing cinemas to provide a wider range of experiences to movie-goers than ever before. Competition from... By Robert Cookson

  6. August 14, 2014

    The Samsung TV that is sharp, shapely and future-proofed

    After 3D television failed to capture consumers’ imagination, TV manufacturers...that you operate by waving it around. There were also four pairs of 3D glasses for watching 3D content. However, my favourite feature – because it helps future... By Paul Taylor

  7. FT Tech Hub

    August 13, 2014

    Amazon's Bezos looks out for investment opportunities

    ...replace many Amazon warehouse workers with them, but he is also keen on robotics start-ups. He has invested in Rethink Robotics, 3D printer maker MakerBot and Artificial Intelligence developer Vicarious. He is also a fan of quantum computing, putting his money... Hannah Kuchler

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