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Something that is bound to come in handy one day: paperkit.net lets you customize a printable graph paper template. Print it out and start drawing… anything!

Design your grid paper and print, easy as that.

Design your grid paper and hit print, easy as that.

The Danish shop Tiger came to the Netherlands! It sells a lot of stuff you (don’t) need with clever and colourful designs for round prices. In Danish “tiger” is the name of a ten crowns coin.

Picture taken by Arjan van Hooff

Tiger.dk at Oudegracht Utrecht

Today’s GATE symposium featured two interesting projects that can speed up the design process of simulations:

From sketch to virtual worlds by Rafael Bidarra from Delft University of Technology:



Animating virtual characters based on foot placement by Ben van Basten and Arjan Egges from Utrecht University.

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