X3D - Tee Off

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Jessica G. on January 22, 2008

Hi Sonny, this one works very well fullscreen. I especially like the effect of the tee sticking out!

michael.markler on January 23, 2008

Das beginnt zu wabern und zu leuchten - absolute Klasse!

Jessica G. on January 23, 2008

What does wabern mean?

michael.markler on January 23, 2008

wabern means a kind of tiny motion - I think the ethymological acces is the word Wabe, which means honeycomb. A honeycomb is the place where bees feed up their grubs. They make these motions. And wabern means this optical effect when many little units make tiny motions - I hope my English is good enough to explain this word (I think it´s used especially in Austria - there are quite a lot differences in the German spoken in different regions)

Jessica G. on January 23, 2008

Thank you for explaining! I don't know German well enough to understand it without a translator, and it didn't know wabern either.

© Sonny☼ on January 24, 2008

Thanks!!! Well, actually the word is not so often used in German as well! Link ;-)

saxonyface on March 23, 2009

Leider hab' ich keine 3D-Hilfsmittel, kann aber gern als Ersatz mal laut niesen, da kullern die alle raus ...

PS.: war bestimmt nicht so gut ...

© Sonny☼3D on March 23, 2009

Brauchst du auch nicht!! Deine Augen genügen! SCHIELEN ist die Devise!

saxonyface on March 24, 2009

Wer zahlt, wenn die Augen so stehen bleiben (wie uns als Kinder versucht wurde weiszumachen)?!?

© Sonny☼Funny on March 24, 2009

Tja, auf der Rückseite vom Bild steht der Hinweis "Benützung auf eigene Gefahr - Betrachter haften für ihre Augen" :-D

saxonyface on March 24, 2009

@ michael.markler

I think it´s used especially in Austria

It's used in Middle Germany too ... ;-)

LG saxonyface

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