• The Science of Ship Design

    Professor Fred Stern of the University of Iowa College of Engineering describes the new $4.9 million wave basin facility at the University of Iowa's research campus. This wave basin will be used by Stern and his colleagues in UI's Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group to further develop the simulation software called CFDSHIP-IOWA that they have developed for the United States Office of Naval Research to aid in the ship design process. The UI Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group is a program of IIHR- Hydroscience & Engineering, one of the nation's preeminent institutes for the study of fluid mechanics, air and water resources, and environmental hydraulics. to learn more: http://iihr.uiowa.edu

    published: 24 Feb 2011
  • World-class Ship Design | Wärtsilä

    Wärtsilä Ship Design has earned its place as one of the world's leading ship designers for both customized and standard designs. Watch the introduction video to our world-class ship design! Learn more at http://www.wartsila.com/ship-design.

    published: 05 Aug 2011
  • Pushing the Limits of Innovation Royal Caribbean’s Ship Designers Stay Ahead of the Curve

    Designing and building the world’s largest cruise ships is no small feat for Royal Caribbean’s Newbuild team. Creative collaboration between the team’s designers, architects, shipbuilders and executives is the key to building industry-leading vessels. Often spanning six or seven time zones, the team is brought together by a shared passion. They’ve built a rapport that allows them to feed off of each other, making innovation the norm. And when the most talented minds in the cruising industry come together, the result is ships that others only dream about.

    published: 29 Jun 2017
  • Real Web Designers Ship

    http://www.mlwebco.com - In this video I talk about the importance of shipping and the focus on getting things done.

    published: 09 Jul 2012
  • Galactic Civilizations III - Ship Designer Dev Stream

    Lead designer Paul Boyer demonstrates Galactic Civilizations III's powerful ship designer. http://store.steampowered.com/app/226860/ Check out our Twitch channel for more: http://twitch.tv/stardock

    published: 07 May 2014
  • Gameplay eXplanation: Lets Learn Galactic Civilizations 3 - Ship Design

    Join Kearon as he eXplains the process of ship design within the upcoming 4X behemoth, Galactic Civilizations 3! This video was brought to you by www.eXplorminate4x.com, the best place for 4X strategy game news, podcasts, reviews and discussions on the internet. Please consider joining our Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/explorminate Game with us: www.twitch.tv/eXplorminate Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/explorminate Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Explorminate/1501072723467701?sk=timeline

    published: 13 May 2015
  • Ship Shape: Designing New Ships

    Nautical Engineers Design Safe, Smart, and Sound Vessels. Wind and water -- two essential elements ship designers think about when creating the blueprint for a new vessel. Mechanical engineer Susan Brewton considers these factors -- and others -- every day at NAVSEA Carderock in Bethesda, Md., as she helps design ships for the U.S. Navy. Using sophisticated computer programs, Brewton analyzes the physics of how fluids interact with the surfaces of a potential new cruiser, aircraft carrier, or submarine, always seeking the best performance and highest efficiency. Brewton finds this responsibility challenging -- and fun. "In high school and middle school I was always very interested in science," she says. She eventually decided upon the field that would make her happy 24 hours a day -- "a...

    published: 04 Jun 2015
  • 10 Most FUTURISTIC Yachts in development

    Superyachts are designed by the most ambitious engineers who cater for the most demanding clientele - resulting in an industry that is perpetually evolving and leading the way for innovation. When you have more money than you can spend you should buy one of these 10 enormous, ultra luxury, FUTURISTIC super Yachts. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated and vote on new videos by liking our facebook! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook ◄ Get in touch or join the team: http://goo.gl/forms/2lOZyOeL3N All links, Credits and Sources used in this video are contained in each rank below. Intro pics: http://goo.gl/V8tBkf - http://goo.gl/6xTyuC - http://goo.gl/kbF9ET - http://goo.gl/eoXhCG - http://goo.gl/vJsloL - https://goo.gl/LpuC7n (snapshot from wolf of wallstreet ...

    published: 02 May 2016
  • 11 Insane Futuristic Architectural Designs

    Here are the top 11 most crazy futuristic architecture designs from an amazing cobra skyscraper to the floating island called The Ark! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 6. Time Square Glass Skyscraper So Japan and China are designing their massive skyscrapers, what about ours!? The eVolo Magazine Skyscraper competition searches possibilities intriguing designs for massive skyscrapers far into the future, and the sky certainly isn’t the limit! Someone proposed the idea of a mile high glass skyscraper in the middle of Manhattan! This concept called essence proposed by Polish architectural designers won first prize in the competition in 2015, hoping some days their dreams might become a reality. This would be some extreme vertical living! Can you imagine getting groceries to you...

    published: 15 Oct 2016
  • Ship 3D online tools

    3DVIA content library allows ship designers to select online the proper componant to be assembled, and to be published in the response to RFP.

    published: 08 Jun 2011
  • A designer's take on the iPad Pro

    Rocket ship image credit: Photo credit: Marko Stupić | Icon-A-Day | http://icon-a-day.com/ The iPad Pro is being marketed to creative professionals who use specific suites of apps. But can the Pro really replace the MacBook Pro? Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/lfcGfq Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/94XbKx Like The Verge on Facebook: http://goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: http://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com

    published: 13 Nov 2015
  • Top 10 Movie Sets Ever Built

    Before the cameras can roll, and the action starts, a movie set invites audiences into the action. A well-built set creates the world that the rest of the movie brings to life. Here are our picks for the top 10 movie sets in history! Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm What did you think of the list? Did we overlook one of your favorite sprawling period sets, or your favorite digital landscape? What movie do you remember as having a particularly immersive set? What other arts and crafts of filmmaking would you like to see us cover in future CineFix Movie Lists? Let us know in the comments! THE LIST Waterworld (1995) Director: Kevin Reynolds Production Design: Dennis Gasner The Atoll was painstakingly constructed ON WATER, using pretty much all the steel that could possibly be brought in. It...

    published: 25 May 2015
  • Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS)

    The Office of Naval Research (ONR) TechSoultions-sponsored DSIMS is a software based operational planning tool for the aircraft handling officer to use aboard aviation capable ships to conduct off-line planning and training without interrupting the common operational picture provided by a physical Ouija board or current Aviation Data Management And Control System (ADMACS) Flight Deck Management System (FDMS).

    published: 14 Jun 2017
  • The Physics of Sailing - KQED QUEST

    Northern California has a storied, 500-year history of sailing. But despite this rich heritage, scientists and boat designers continue to learn more each day about what makes a sail boat move. Contrary to what you might expect, the physics of sailing still present some mysteries to modern sailors.

    published: 01 Oct 2008
  • Stealth Technology

    Stealth technology also termed LO technology (low observable technology) is a sub-discipline of military tactics and passive electronic countermeasures, which cover a range of techniques used with personnel, aircraft, ships, submarines, missiles and satellites to make them less visible (ideally invisible) to radar, infrared, sonar and other detection methods. It corresponds to military camouflage for these parts of the electromagnetic spectrum (Multi-spectral camouflage). Development of modern stealth technologies in the United States began in 1958, where earlier attempts in preventing radar tracking of its U-2 spy planes during the Cold War by the Soviet Union had been unsuccessful. Designers turned to develop a particular shape for planes that tended to reduce detection, by redirecting ...

    published: 17 May 2015
  • 10 for the Designers: Episode 06

    Designers Kirk Tome and Randy Vazquez answer questions from our development subscribers. 00:45 - Xi'an Scout 03:33 - Modularity of the Caterpillar 05:34 - Thruster Placement during Development 10:27 - Reattaching the Command Module 12:23 - HangarReady Designs 15:56 - Designing the Herald and Caterpillar 18:11 - Ship Weight 21:48 - Caterpillar Stretch and Contractions 23:05 - Staffing with NPCs 26:32 - Designing Heavily Modular Ships ------------------------------------------ Roberts Space Industries is a spacecraft manufacturer within the persistent-world game "Star Citizen" and its companion single-player spaceflight sim, "Squadron 42." RSI is also your portal for information, updates, and purchases of your very own spacecraft with which to trade, plunder, and protect the citizens of...

    published: 12 Oct 2015
  • Level Design At Ubisoft

    “I'm a gamer myself and I know what to expect to have fun with the game, and by bringing that mindset into design it really helps being able to push the design even further.” Adrien, Gabriel, Manny, Sirada and Stéphane share their experiences as level designers at Ubisoft. Want to join the team? Apply now here: http://jobs.ubisoft.com or check out other types of jobs available below... Consumer Engagement : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk10JnGJlRA Technical Art: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJCkPqpn_Zk Project Management: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXUnF58HcGk Online Programming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nt1T0ANG-c Marketing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltk72tZed8g IT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy9QLjPfYG8 Gameplay Programming: https://www.youtube.com/wa...

    published: 14 Apr 2016
  • Designing the Future - The Ships of Elite: Dangerous

    The Elite: Dangerous development team pick their favourite ships from Elite: Dangerous, and discuss the design and construction of interstellar craft in the year 3300. Elite: Dangerous is the next generation of space simulation games, set in a massively connected 1:1 scale recreation of the Milky Way. 400 billion star systems. Infinite freedom. Blaze your own trail.

    published: 30 Sep 2014
  • Why Design Matters

    Far from being some sort of luxury or add-on, good design is central to a good society. It changes how we feel and interact. Please subscribe here: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Brought to you by http://www.theschooloflife.com Produced in collaboration with Mad Adam Films http://www.madadamfilms.co.uk

    published: 22 Jun 2015
  • ADVANCED STEALTH Swedish Navy Visby Class Stealth Corvette

    This will be great for the Swedish navy. A warship is a ship that is built and primarily intended for combat. As well as being armed, warships are designed to withstand damage and are usually faster and more maneuverable than merchant ships. The Visby is the latest class of corvette to be adopted by the Swedish Navy after the Göteborg and the Stockholm class corvettes. The ship's design heavily emphasizes low visibility or stealth technology. The first ship in the class is named after Visby, the main city on the island of Gotland. The class has received widespread international attention because of its capabilities as a stealth ship. The ships are designed by Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) and built by Kockums AB.[1] The first ship of the class was launched in 2000 and sin...

    published: 06 Aug 2014
  • Transportation Design: Building the World's Largest Ship

    Four-hundred metres long, 59 metres wide and 73 metres high, the Triple-E is the largest vessel of any type on the water today. Full story: http://www.autoconception.com/maersk-triple-e-designing-the-largest-ship-in-the-world-transportation-design/

    published: 18 Mar 2013
  • A Message from the Designers of the Ship of Adventures

    Donate here! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hackney-pirates-build-a-ship-of-adventures

    published: 20 Aug 2013
  • RWO Sewage Treatment Plant - CleanSewage Bio

    CleanSewage Bio is designed to put all efforts with wastewater treatment to the lowest level possible. The accessibility from one side allows ship designers to plan space in the engine room on a whole new level. Operators and crew are pleased with a hygienic no-touch-cleaning system, an intuitive status control allows checking at a glance, whether the system is running or intervention is necessary. Thereby CleanSewage Bio works with a proven 3-chamber-treatment concept that ensures highest water quality according to MEPC.227(64).

    published: 02 Jan 2017
  • Designer Builds Home Out Of Shipping Containers - Hatteberg's People TV

    Debbie Glassberg, a Kansas City designer believes in cutting edge thinking. She created a home out of shipping containers. It's now part of a residential area in the Kansas City area. Why this former toy designer believes that her kind of 'future think' may have answers that the rest of the world can use.

    published: 15 Oct 2010
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The Science of Ship Design

The Science of Ship Design

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Professor Fred Stern of the University of Iowa College of Engineering describes the new $4.9 million wave basin facility at the University of Iowa's research campus. This wave basin will be used by Stern and his colleagues in UI's Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group to further develop the simulation software called CFDSHIP-IOWA that they have developed for the United States Office of Naval Research to aid in the ship design process. The UI Ship Hydrodynamics Research Group is a program of IIHR- Hydroscience & Engineering, one of the nation's preeminent institutes for the study of fluid mechanics, air and water resources, and environmental hydraulics. to learn more: http://iihr.uiowa.edu
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World-class Ship Design | Wärtsilä

World-class Ship Design | Wärtsilä

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Wärtsilä Ship Design has earned its place as one of the world's leading ship designers for both customized and standard designs. Watch the introduction video to our world-class ship design! Learn more at http://www.wartsila.com/ship-design.
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Pushing the Limits of Innovation  Royal Caribbean’s Ship Designers Stay Ahead of the Curve

Pushing the Limits of Innovation Royal Caribbean’s Ship Designers Stay Ahead of the Curve

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Designing and building the world’s largest cruise ships is no small feat for Royal Caribbean’s Newbuild team. Creative collaboration between the team’s designers, architects, shipbuilders and executives is the key to building industry-leading vessels. Often spanning six or seven time zones, the team is brought together by a shared passion. They’ve built a rapport that allows them to feed off of each other, making innovation the norm. And when the most talented minds in the cruising industry come together, the result is ships that others only dream about.
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Real Web Designers Ship

Real Web Designers Ship

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http://www.mlwebco.com - In this video I talk about the importance of shipping and the focus on getting things done.
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Galactic Civilizations III - Ship Designer Dev Stream

Galactic Civilizations III - Ship Designer Dev Stream

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Lead designer Paul Boyer demonstrates Galactic Civilizations III's powerful ship designer. http://store.steampowered.com/app/226860/ Check out our Twitch channel for more: http://twitch.tv/stardock
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Gameplay eXplanation: Lets Learn Galactic Civilizations 3 - Ship Design

Gameplay eXplanation: Lets Learn Galactic Civilizations 3 - Ship Design

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Join Kearon as he eXplains the process of ship design within the upcoming 4X behemoth, Galactic Civilizations 3! This video was brought to you by www.eXplorminate4x.com, the best place for 4X strategy game news, podcasts, reviews and discussions on the internet. Please consider joining our Steam Group: http://steamcommunity.com/groups/explorminate Game with us: www.twitch.tv/eXplorminate Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/explorminate Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Explorminate/1501072723467701?sk=timeline
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Ship Shape: Designing New Ships

Ship Shape: Designing New Ships

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Nautical Engineers Design Safe, Smart, and Sound Vessels. Wind and water -- two essential elements ship designers think about when creating the blueprint for a new vessel. Mechanical engineer Susan Brewton considers these factors -- and others -- every day at NAVSEA Carderock in Bethesda, Md., as she helps design ships for the U.S. Navy. Using sophisticated computer programs, Brewton analyzes the physics of how fluids interact with the surfaces of a potential new cruiser, aircraft carrier, or submarine, always seeking the best performance and highest efficiency. Brewton finds this responsibility challenging -- and fun. "In high school and middle school I was always very interested in science," she says. She eventually decided upon the field that would make her happy 24 hours a day -- "and it's the science." CONCEPTS EXPLORED: Resistance Viscosity Computer Aided Design Computational Fluid Dynamics MILITARY BRANCH: Navy
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10 Most FUTURISTIC Yachts in development

10 Most FUTURISTIC Yachts in development

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Superyachts are designed by the most ambitious engineers who cater for the most demanding clientele - resulting in an industry that is perpetually evolving and leading the way for innovation. When you have more money than you can spend you should buy one of these 10 enormous, ultra luxury, FUTURISTIC super Yachts. Subscribe for more! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedSubscribe ◄ Stay updated and vote on new videos by liking our facebook! ► http://bit.ly/BeAmazedFacebook ◄ Get in touch or join the team: http://goo.gl/forms/2lOZyOeL3N All links, Credits and Sources used in this video are contained in each rank below. Intro pics: http://goo.gl/V8tBkf - http://goo.gl/6xTyuC - http://goo.gl/kbF9ET - http://goo.gl/eoXhCG - http://goo.gl/vJsloL - https://goo.gl/LpuC7n (snapshot from wolf of wallstreet movie) - http://goo.gl/KpOkbZ - http://goo.gl/L8qlvG SPOILER ALERT!!! Watch the video for a more informative and entertaining experience (though the list is below): ➢10. Jazz Yacht From the mind of Zaha Hadid, this 295-foot seafaring spectacle is inspired by underwater ecosystems. It flaunts a terrifically alien-esque exoskeleton wildly contemporary spaceship-like features. http://www.zaha-hadid.com/design/unique-circle-yachts/ - https://goo.gl/RUp5UW - http://goo.gl/EHYZCr - http://goo.gl/GuK7ot - http://goo.gl/IqcAQ6 - http://goo.gl/7PE5r0 - http://goo.gl/8RN5X5 ➢9. Glass Yacht Designed by American architect and yacht designer Lujac Desautel, this sleek, smooth and streamlined super-yacht is inspired by skyscrapers and lego bricks. http://www.lujacdesautel.com/glass - http://goo.gl/GaRrKL ➢8. Adastra Yacht English based yacht designers from John Shuttleworth yacht designs came up with this stunning spaceship conception. It was created for real and launched in 2012 in China making it one of the coolest yachts out there today. http://www.shuttleworthdesign.com/adastra.php - http://goo.gl/AUEsLF - http://goo.gl/WBE2sM ➢7. Trilobis 65 This four-story rig concept is half boat, half submarine and is developed by Giancarlo Zema Design Group. It comes complete with the amenities you'd expect in an over-the-top luxury boat, plus a windowed section that is submerged 3 meters below sea level. http://www.giancarlozema.com/trilobis-65/ - http://goo.gl/Na8TuC - http://goo.gl/zltj7U - http://goo.gl/v4XvT5 ➢6. Mars Yacht Some of the examples in this video may be reserved for the distant future, but its likely that this one will be docked in a harbour much sooner. Project mars is a 295 foot beauty that has a much more conventional look to it. http://www.fincantieriyachts.it/en/products/projects/mars ➢5. KRAKEN Yacht The Kraken is truly a monster of the seas, intimidating regardless of whether you are a pirate or not. It was designed by gray design who took inspiration from the Vapour GT to create this matching vehicle for the sea. It is laid out as a catamaran and has four decks including accommodation in each hull. http://graydesign.se/5/kraken.html (all pics used from http://graydesign.se ) ➢4. Lobanov STAR Again bucking the traditional and fairly uniform general superyacht design, this concept pierces the sky with a canopy-like shell. Designed by Lobanov, it would house a whopping 27,000-square feet of interior space across its eight-tiered floors. http://lobanovdesign.com/projects/yachts/star/ (all pics used from http://lobanovdesign.com/ ) ➢3. The Streets Of Monaco Soon it may be possible to bring Monte Carlo to you if this sprawling conceptual floating city gets off the ground... and into the water. The streets of Monaco design is essentially a buoyant scale replica of some of Monaco's most famed attractions. http://www.yachtislanddesign.com/concepts/ (pics used from http://www.yachtislanddesign.com/) - http://goo.gl/SwrBVz ➢2. X R-evolution This yacht comprises of several carbon fibre islands that can be ejected from the vessel to serve as floating gardens, sundecks, private accommodation or otherwise, in a realm of endless possibility. https://www.pastrovich.com/portfolio/77m-x-r-evolution/ (pics used from https://www.pastrovich.com ) https://goo.gl/yX0HNv ➢1. Project Utopia As the name suggests, this is the floating utopia of the future and certainly isn't constrained by familiariy. Less yacht and more micronation, it's an 11-story, 325-foot behemoth that comes complete with a 360-degree observation deck up top and enough room down below to accommodate everything from mega-pools to restaurants and a freaking casino. http://www.yachtislanddesign.com/concepts/ (pics used from http://www.yachtislanddesign.com/) - http://goo.gl/a6sMx5 - http://goo.gl/JFBpf7 Music Credit: Fluidscape by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/
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11 Insane Futuristic Architectural Designs

11 Insane Futuristic Architectural Designs

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Here are the top 11 most crazy futuristic architecture designs from an amazing cobra skyscraper to the floating island called The Ark! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 6. Time Square Glass Skyscraper So Japan and China are designing their massive skyscrapers, what about ours!? The eVolo Magazine Skyscraper competition searches possibilities intriguing designs for massive skyscrapers far into the future, and the sky certainly isn’t the limit! Someone proposed the idea of a mile high glass skyscraper in the middle of Manhattan! This concept called essence proposed by Polish architectural designers won first prize in the competition in 2015, hoping some days their dreams might become a reality. This would be some extreme vertical living! Can you imagine getting groceries to your apartment a mile high in the sky? 5. The Hyperion, India The hyperion in the largest tree in the world and it’s location is somewhat of a mystery. But they also used this name for the new towering, eco-friendly building complex in New Delhi! A city that could really use something eco-friendly right now. The amazing thing about this design, is that it is actually going to produce more energy than it takes in! Another amazing design by Vincent Callebaut, these buildings will actually be complete with dairy farms and gardens that both generate energy in ways! Imagine having a farm on your roof top! Crazy idea! These images will give us an idea of what they might look like someday It almost looks like a modern day, Hanging Gardens of Babylon! Agricultural by-products will be turned into methane which will then generate energy. A healthy ecosystem of earthworms, beetles, and bees will oxygenate the soil and keep it fertile. Who wouldn’t want to live here! Should all be ready in 2020 4. The Ark Russian Architect Alexander Remizov designed this wild creation that could save our lives some day and almost like the Noah’s Ark of the future. This would be built to house 10,000 and is almost like a ship/building hybrid. The ark is designed to withstand floods of biblical proportions. The clear roof allows for light to come in and help plants develop inside, creating food sources for the passengers or inhabitants. This design can be built on both land and sea so in the future, if the land becomes overpopulated, we may have to begin living on bodies of water. This is basically a floating island and might be something we use in the future. 3. Floating Farms In 2050. Planet earth is expected to reach a population of 9.1 billion, therefore the demand for food will rise 70%. So much land will be needed for farming and developing food which just might not be available for us with this many people on the earth. Turns out, there’s plenty of space still on the ocean and this may be how agriculture will look in the future. Each farm would harvest three resources; fish, crops, and sunlight. A team from Barcelona, Spain designed this concept that could be how we feed people in future generations. These floating farms, will also feature wave barriers, boat docks, storage, packing areas, and processing centers. Water will be desalinated in order to nourish the crops. 2. Tree Scrapers How would you feel about living in one of these tree scrapers designed by Dutch architect Raimond de Hullu. In this green utopia, there are no cars, now powerlines; only green energy. Homes of the future could be made of recycled wood and covered in green leafy, foliage in order to be protected from the outside elements. Each house would be equipped with solar panels and would be totally off grid. This is almost like a tree house on steroids, right in the middle of the forest! The tall, thin design, helps take up less space but adds affordability and better views from the balcony. If you love nature, this is the best way to go! 1.Cobra Skyscraper Another Russian architect is proposing the idea of constructing a skyscraper that resembles a giant cobra in Asia or the Middle East. This probably seems like something Dubai would consider building. If you’re scared of snakes, this might not be the best place to go to. The unique skyscraper would have interchangeable lights that run up the structure. Inside the head of the structure, there would be a nightclub or restaurant overlooking the city. The design would be a prominent feature in the skyline and a huge tourist attraction. What will they think of next!
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Ship 3D online tools

Ship 3D online tools

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3DVIA content library allows ship designers to select online the proper componant to be assembled, and to be published in the response to RFP.
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A designer's take on the iPad Pro

A designer's take on the iPad Pro

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Rocket ship image credit: Photo credit: Marko Stupić | Icon-A-Day | http://icon-a-day.com/ The iPad Pro is being marketed to creative professionals who use specific suites of apps. But can the Pro really replace the MacBook Pro? Subscribe: http://goo.gl/G5RXGs Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/lfcGfq Visit our playlists: http://goo.gl/94XbKx Like The Verge on Facebook: http://goo.gl/2P1aGc Follow on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XTWX61 Follow on Instagram: http://goo.gl/7ZeLvX Read More: http://www.theverge.com
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Top 10 Movie Sets Ever Built

Top 10 Movie Sets Ever Built

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Before the cameras can roll, and the action starts, a movie set invites audiences into the action. A well-built set creates the world that the rest of the movie brings to life. Here are our picks for the top 10 movie sets in history! Subscribe: http://goo.gl/9AGRm What did you think of the list? Did we overlook one of your favorite sprawling period sets, or your favorite digital landscape? What movie do you remember as having a particularly immersive set? What other arts and crafts of filmmaking would you like to see us cover in future CineFix Movie Lists? Let us know in the comments! THE LIST Waterworld (1995) Director: Kevin Reynolds Production Design: Dennis Gasner The Atoll was painstakingly constructed ON WATER, using pretty much all the steel that could possibly be brought in. It was a quarter-mile across, and so large in scope you could actually believe a whole self-sustaining city of people lived there. (Except the part where it didn’t have bathrooms) Batman (1989) Director: Tim Burton Production Design: Anton Furst Gotham City has always been a character of its own in the Batman universe, but the Tim Burton 1989 Batman, Gotham City was practically city-sized. Not only did it feel urban, its deliberate ugliness gave the city the vibe of on that needed saving. Cleopatra (1963) Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz Production Design: Twice the size of the real-life Roman Forum, Cleopatra’s set (and the movie as a whole) almost bankrupted 20th Century Fox. But boy, was it impressive! Metropolis (1927) Director: Fritz Lang Art Direction: Otto Hunte Erich Kettelhut Karl Vollbrecht The titular Metropolis pretty much defined the on-screen presence of futuristic city for almost the last hundred years. Big distinction for a miniature city! Dogville (2003) Director: Lars von Trier Production Design: Peter Grant The painted-walls minimalist set of Dogville makes every bit as big an impact in the film as any of the more elaborate counterparts on this list. The Lego Movie (2014) Directors: Phil Lord, Christopher Miller Anyone who has ever played with Lego Bricks WISHES they had enough pieces to build Bricksburg. Digital or not, it’s a dream realized for the 8-year-old in all of us. The Lord of the Rings (2001-2003) Director: Peter Jackson Production Design: Grant Major Hobbiton is a case of a real-life location transformed into a fantasy world, and we’re pretty sure that’s the definition of movie magic. Dau (Unreleased) Director: Ilya Khrzhanovskiy Production Design: Olga Gurevich, Boris Shapovalov, Denis Shibanov The re-creation of 1950s Moscow was painstakingly re-created (down to controlling the actions and free time of all the cast and extras. The level of control exerted in re-creating a totalitarian state is impressive (if dubious), but it WAS effective. Apollo 13 (1995) Director: Ron Howard Production Design: Michael Corenblith Constructing a set that’s a vehicle has always involved some fancy engineering. But Apollo 13 was engineered to put the cast in Zero-G. Zero-G! The Abyss (1989) Director: James Cameron Production Design: Leslie Dilley James Cameron has always been pushing technological limits to achieve leaps forward in filmmaking, and with The Deep Core Underwater platform, he sure was pushing it, constructing an actual underwater set to simulate deep underwater dives.
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Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS)

Deployable Ship Integration Multitouch System (DSIMS)

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The Office of Naval Research (ONR) TechSoultions-sponsored DSIMS is a software based operational planning tool for the aircraft handling officer to use aboard aviation capable ships to conduct off-line planning and training without interrupting the common operational picture provided by a physical Ouija board or current Aviation Data Management And Control System (ADMACS) Flight Deck Management System (FDMS).
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The Physics of Sailing - KQED QUEST

The Physics of Sailing - KQED QUEST

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Northern California has a storied, 500-year history of sailing. But despite this rich heritage, scientists and boat designers continue to learn more each day about what makes a sail boat move. Contrary to what you might expect, the physics of sailing still present some mysteries to modern sailors.
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Stealth Technology

Stealth Technology

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Stealth technology also termed LO technology (low observable technology) is a sub-discipline of military tactics and passive electronic countermeasures, which cover a range of techniques used with personnel, aircraft, ships, submarines, missiles and satellites to make them less visible (ideally invisible) to radar, infrared, sonar and other detection methods. It corresponds to military camouflage for these parts of the electromagnetic spectrum (Multi-spectral camouflage). Development of modern stealth technologies in the United States began in 1958, where earlier attempts in preventing radar tracking of its U-2 spy planes during the Cold War by the Soviet Union had been unsuccessful. Designers turned to develop a particular shape for planes that tended to reduce detection, by redirecting electromagnetic waves from radars. Radar-absorbent material was also tested and made to reduce or block radar signals that reflect off from the surface of planes. Such changes to shape and surface composition form stealth technology as currently used on the Northrop Grumman B-2 Spirit "Stealth Bomber". The concept of stealth is to operate or hide without giving enemy forces any indications as to the presence of friendly forces. This concept was first explored through camouflage by blending into the background visual clutter. As the potency of detection and interception technologies (radar, Infra-red search and track, surface-to-air missiles etc.) have increased over time, so too has the extent to which the design and operation of military personnel and vehicles have been affected in response. Some military uniforms are treated with chemicals to reduce their infrared signature. A modern "stealth" vehicle is designed from the outset to have a chosen spectral signature. The degree of stealth embodied in a particular design is chosen according to the predicted capabilities of projected threats.
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10 for the Designers: Episode 06

10 for the Designers: Episode 06

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Designers Kirk Tome and Randy Vazquez answer questions from our development subscribers. 00:45 - Xi'an Scout 03:33 - Modularity of the Caterpillar 05:34 - Thruster Placement during Development 10:27 - Reattaching the Command Module 12:23 - HangarReady Designs 15:56 - Designing the Herald and Caterpillar 18:11 - Ship Weight 21:48 - Caterpillar Stretch and Contractions 23:05 - Staffing with NPCs 26:32 - Designing Heavily Modular Ships ------------------------------------------ Roberts Space Industries is a spacecraft manufacturer within the persistent-world game "Star Citizen" and its companion single-player spaceflight sim, "Squadron 42." RSI is also your portal for information, updates, and purchases of your very own spacecraft with which to trade, plunder, and protect the citizens of Star Citizen. Be sure to visit Roberts Space Industries here and on your favorite social platform: RSI - http://RobertsSpaceIndustries.com Facebook - http://bit.ly/RSI_Facebook Twitter - http://bit.ly/RSI_Twitter Twitch - http://bit.ly/CIGCommunity Twitch (Star Citizen) - http://bit.ly/RSI_Twitch Instagram - http://bit.ly/RSI_Instagram Google+ - http://bit.ly/RSI_GooglePlus
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Level Design At Ubisoft

Level Design At Ubisoft

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“I'm a gamer myself and I know what to expect to have fun with the game, and by bringing that mindset into design it really helps being able to push the design even further.” Adrien, Gabriel, Manny, Sirada and Stéphane share their experiences as level designers at Ubisoft. Want to join the team? Apply now here: http://jobs.ubisoft.com or check out other types of jobs available below... Consumer Engagement : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zk10JnGJlRA Technical Art: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mJCkPqpn_Zk Project Management: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TXUnF58HcGk Online Programming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nt1T0ANG-c Marketing: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltk72tZed8g IT: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uy9QLjPfYG8 Gameplay Programming: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PNpxtl8KReg
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Designing the Future - The Ships of Elite: Dangerous

Designing the Future - The Ships of Elite: Dangerous

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The Elite: Dangerous development team pick their favourite ships from Elite: Dangerous, and discuss the design and construction of interstellar craft in the year 3300. Elite: Dangerous is the next generation of space simulation games, set in a massively connected 1:1 scale recreation of the Milky Way. 400 billion star systems. Infinite freedom. Blaze your own trail.
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Why Design Matters

Why Design Matters

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Far from being some sort of luxury or add-on, good design is central to a good society. It changes how we feel and interact. Please subscribe here: http://tinyurl.com/o28mut7 If you like our films take a look at our shop (we ship worldwide): http://www.theschooloflife.com/shop/all/ Brought to you by http://www.theschooloflife.com Produced in collaboration with Mad Adam Films http://www.madadamfilms.co.uk
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ADVANCED STEALTH  Swedish Navy Visby Class Stealth Corvette

ADVANCED STEALTH Swedish Navy Visby Class Stealth Corvette

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This will be great for the Swedish navy. A warship is a ship that is built and primarily intended for combat. As well as being armed, warships are designed to withstand damage and are usually faster and more maneuverable than merchant ships. The Visby is the latest class of corvette to be adopted by the Swedish Navy after the Göteborg and the Stockholm class corvettes. The ship's design heavily emphasizes low visibility or stealth technology. The first ship in the class is named after Visby, the main city on the island of Gotland. The class has received widespread international attention because of its capabilities as a stealth ship. The ships are designed by Swedish Defence Materiel Administration (FMV) and built by Kockums AB.[1] The first ship of the class was launched in 2000 and since then the construction was fraught with repeated delays. Finally in December 2009, the first two ships of the class were delivered to the Swedish Navy by the FMV, albeit with greatly reduced operational capability. The hull is constructed with a sandwich design consisting of a PVC core with a carbon fibre and vinyl laminate[2] (see also the Oceanic-Creations spin-off). There are multiple advantages to using composite materials in ship hulls. Good conductivity and surface flatness means a low radar signature, while good heat insulation lowers the infrared signature and increases survivability in case of fire. The composite sandwich used is also non-magnetic, which lowers the magnetic signature. Composites are also very strong for their relative weight, and less weight means a higher top speed and better maneuverability. The composite weighs roughly 50% less than the equivalent strength steel.[3] The Visby's angular design reduces its radar signature (or radar cross section). Jan Nilsson, one of the designers, told BBC News Online: "We are able to reduce the radar cross section by 99%. That doesn't mean it's 99% invisible, it means that we have reduced its detection range."[4] The 57 mm cannon barrel can be folded into the turret to reduce its cross section. There are plans for additional improvements in this area, especially for the deck rails and masts. Much of the design was based on the experiences learned from the experimental ship HSwMS Smyge. The class was originally designed to be divided into two subcategories where some ships were optimized for surface combat and others for submarine hunting; however, this was changed due to cutbacks. A helicopter, such as the AgustaWestland A109M selected by Sweden, can land, take off, and refuel on the upper deck. A helicopter hangar was originally planned but was considered to be too cramped and was removed. The ships took an exceptionally long time from launch to delivery and the construction has been fraught with repeated delays. In 2008, the only weapons system that had been integrated and tested in Visby was the gun. Finally, on December 16, 2009, the first two of the corvettes were delivered to the Swedish Navy by the FMV.[5] The two ships, K32 and K33, were delivered with underwater and surface/air sensors fully integrated. However, the only weapon that had been integrated and test fired on the ships was still the Bofors 57 Mk3 gun. The FMV calls this version 4, which aims to get the ships into service and start training crews. Version 5 is due in 2012, and is intended to supplement the ships with mine clearance systems, helicopter landing capability (only K31 is certified to date), anti-surface ship missiles and additional stealth adaption. HMS Visby was the first of the corvettes to be upgraded to Version 5. On 22 March 2012 RMV reported that the ship had been modified and that the system would now be tested before reentering the Swedish Navy by the end of 2012.[6] Although the design of the ships originally called for the installation of surface-to-air missiles, in 2008 the decision was made not to install any, because of budget considerations.[citation needed] All systems for the ship Uddevalla were acquired, but the ship was later canceled, so there are now plans to build a full Visby class simulator. PTK Visby is the designation of the formation doing system tests and readying the ships for active service within the Swedish Navy. The formation is under the 3rd Naval Warfare Flotilla but takes its orders from the FMV. The system tests are taking a long time partly because of funding issues and partly because of the novel and cutting-edge nature of the platform. The Swedish Navy (Swedish: Marinen) is the naval branch of the Swedish Armed Forces.[1] It is composed of surface and submarine naval units -- the Fleet (Flottan) -- as well as marine units, the so-called Amphibious Corps (Amfibiekåren). In Swedish, vessels of the Swedish Navy are given the prefix "HMS," short for Hans/Hennes Majestäts Skepp (His/Her Majesty's Ship). In English, this is often changed to "HSwMS" ("His Swedish Majesty's Ship") to differentiate Swedish vessels from those of the ;
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Transportation Design: Building the World's Largest Ship

Transportation Design: Building the World's Largest Ship

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Four-hundred metres long, 59 metres wide and 73 metres high, the Triple-E is the largest vessel of any type on the water today. Full story: http://www.autoconception.com/maersk-triple-e-designing-the-largest-ship-in-the-world-transportation-design/
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A Message from the Designers of the Ship of Adventures

A Message from the Designers of the Ship of Adventures

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Donate here! http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/hackney-pirates-build-a-ship-of-adventures
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RWO Sewage Treatment Plant - CleanSewage Bio

RWO Sewage Treatment Plant - CleanSewage Bio

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CleanSewage Bio is designed to put all efforts with wastewater treatment to the lowest level possible. The accessibility from one side allows ship designers to plan space in the engine room on a whole new level. Operators and crew are pleased with a hygienic no-touch-cleaning system, an intuitive status control allows checking at a glance, whether the system is running or intervention is necessary. Thereby CleanSewage Bio works with a proven 3-chamber-treatment concept that ensures highest water quality according to MEPC.227(64).
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Designer Builds Home Out Of Shipping Containers - Hatteberg's People TV

Designer Builds Home Out Of Shipping Containers - Hatteberg's People TV

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Debbie Glassberg, a Kansas City designer believes in cutting edge thinking. She created a home out of shipping containers. It's now part of a residential area in the Kansas City area. Why this former toy designer believes that her kind of 'future think' may have answers that the rest of the world can use.
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