Is this something?

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lnrrgb
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Is this something?

Post by lnrrgb »

Found an interesting website. Thought someone here might find it of value. Could be useful:) Tap it while it is still free.

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WheatstoneHolmes
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Re: Is this something?

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This is like the website I saw where some college Profs discovered that taking a photo of a real object with a flash and then the same photo without flash would yield a 3D bump map.

Cool find! 8)
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Oh mann.. it is already down and the domain is now for sale...

lnrrgb
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Well..... it was nearly 5 years since my original post. Things do tend to wither on the vine if not picked when ripe.

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