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11-27-2007 08:48 AM
arifman13 rhino! definitely not, posssibly 3ds max, I used photoworks renderer. it's pretty adequate i think.
11-26-2007 04:25 PM
boarderaholic
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Originally Posted by st.stark
I think everyone cares way too much what they look like. Personally if they worked well I would buy a pair (especially the bottom design). Moreover, if somebody tried to kick my ass for wearing them I would just kick their ass doing the robot. Then I would mock them in binary! :P lol
People care about how they look, because they don't look like they're functional.
11-26-2007 04:11 PM
Flick Montana They look like something you would see on one of those GenCon weirdies. If you want to look different, they would definitely work, but I think they're a little too much. I'd go for more of a minimalist approach. Less is more and all that.

Also, CAD doesn't do them justice. If you have access to 3DS Max or even Rhino for that matter, you could import them and make them look a lot nicer. Presentation is important after all, hehe.
11-26-2007 03:29 PM
st.stark I think everyone cares way too much what they look like. Personally if they worked well I would buy a pair (especially the bottom design). Moreover, if somebody tried to kick my ass for wearing them I would just kick their ass doing the robot. Then I would mock them in binary! :P lol
11-26-2007 03:20 PM
alaric So this has been bothering me... are there holes in the straps? If so, that's a horrible design "flaw." Those would probably fray very easily
11-26-2007 03:04 PM
woogie I like the ones with the toned down nose thing because its a little bit of a retro 80's look but that's just me
11-25-2007 09:40 PM
Mr. Right Well I think that saying I'd kick someones ass for wearing them might be a bit extreme but the nose does need work. I think even if you left them exactly how they are if they NEVER fogged up, and the lenses were unscratchable you'd sell a TON of them. Maybe include an 1/8oz of dank with every purchase. Get a prototype put together and I'll demo them and let you know what I think, and if I get my ass kicked for wearing them I think I deserve another 1/8th.

But in all seriousness like I said before, I like them aside from the nose, and at this point I don't wear a helmet so I wouldn't care if they fit one or not.
11-25-2007 05:49 PM
ryderx i took Two years of CADD in high school. and play with 3ds max a bit too. never used solidworks of photoworks tho...
11-25-2007 05:09 PM
arifman13 They were modeled in solidworks and rendered using photoworks

are you a CAD user?
11-25-2007 11:39 AM
ryderx what program you make thoes in?
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