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I don’t play a lot of videogames but I can certainly appreciate the tech behind them to make games as realistic as possible. One example is the Snowdrop game engine seen in Tom Clancy’s The Division. This video here explains how it works.

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Want to see what the Brooklyn waterfront might look like in a couple of years? Two Trees has unveiled the first renderings of the development intended to be built on top of the Domino Sugar Refinery site. The architecture firm in charge of this project is SHoP Architects and their plan includes a school, office […]

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This is just a render by MyBurningEyes, but man would this be great to have if it were real. [via]

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Wow, will you look at this! Curbed is reporting that the abandoned New York City public school PS90 in Harlem is being converted into condominiums by L+M Development Partners. The school grounds at 220 West 148th Street have been vacant since the 1970′s. After looking at the interior renders, it’s hard to imagine that kids […]

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Alex Roman (alias: 3Seventh) rendered these amazing images after seeing the Ryotaro Shiba Museum designed by Tadao Ando in person. Alex then spent 2 weeks modeling, texturing, rendering and compositing the library-museum he remembered in 3D Studio Max, Photoshop and V-Ray. None of the images in this post are actual photographs. If you want to […]