That's awesome... I love the design. I hope they are able to build spacecrafts like this one in the next century- you will probably be the first one they will call to design it. (if they do- please contact me- I want to book a flight as son as I can )
Brilliant design, however I do think that the structure of the shell is a little bit regular, like a guy modelled a fusalage and gave the tesselate modifier operate on edges, then latticed it . The idea of the bionic shell is brilliant however, I've never heard or thought about something like this.
looks really cool . but that would suck to be seated in one spot for the long ass time space trips take- it should be more like an economy class in a sea ships with like beds and all that stuff imo lol
Think of an alternate futurism. Like those seats transformed into beds, with upcoming energy fields around them, filtering the noise and vision. Maybe, or maybe not, you just have to sit there for 50 days (=.
I do think that its in some kind of "cruise mode" / not entered a hole yet. I would tell this because if you look out of the window, barely noticable stars are seen as dots, not moving. If it was lightspeed/greater than lightspeed, some of them would be blurry depending on it's relative coordinates to the camera.
AZNcellyFeatured By OwnerJul 3, 2011Student Interface Designer
Oh I see now. O: I'm sorry, I could barely see the stars at the window. Excuse my lost sight of detail. Well, at least that would make this piece more realistic, considering that human kind probably will not find/invent/or discover a device that could travel faster than light. As you said, hole could be more realistic to travel far. So, more internet points for you!
Absolutely. Didnt know it was gonna be used on the new B787s though.. But I prefer auto dimming/auto tint on most of my this kind of scenes. Or auto exposure, I saw it on some movie, can't remember which, but there was this room with a giant window, you could see the sun in a very large scale and needed a ultra-tinted glass. Might be a movie about going to the sun..
Nice work man, I's suggest trying some different materials on the floor to seperate the seating areas to the walkways etc, each isle / row labelled similar to a real craft or cinema so to speak, have you thought about experimenting with vegetation in your scenes?