Monthly Archives: September 2016

Visual Reality
Posted by on September 8, 2016
Posted in: legal, mobile, presentations, virtual reality

We’ve seen huge advancements with augmented and virtual reality in the past five years. Fat Pencil Studio has played with some of the technology, but never found a reason to use it for a client project… until now. We were retained by the law firm Heinson & DeDoubbelaere to help visualize the impact of a permanent sight impairment […]

Vision Zero
Posted by on September 7, 2016
Posted in: graphic design, safety, transportation

Will we ever see a year with zero traffic fatalities?  What’s a good goal for your city?  What’s a good goal for your family? These are the kinds of questions that city leaders and individual citizens are grappling with as we work to embrace Vision Zero policies and behavior. It’s a laudable goal, but change can […]

Sullivan's Crossing
Posted by on September 1, 2016
Posted in: geomodeling, photomatch, rendering, transportation

It’s become a tradition for summer interns at Fat Pencil Studio to create a SketchUp model for one of Portland’s 12 Willamette River bridges. But what happens when all the existing bridges have been modeled? We look to the future! After briefly considering the I-405 Flanders Street pedestrian bridge, we set our sights on a […]