In Spring 2010, Josh Ehrlich, Daniel Lubarov, and I built a prototype website for some CGU students hoping to start a company which rendered vendors' furniture in 3D in a browser. They wanted a website which would allow users to model their own room and place 3D models of the vendors' furniture in that room to see how it might look in real life. The website we built uses Google O3D (unfortunately now deprecated) to render the room and furniture. We hoped the CGU students could use this website as a proof-of-concept implementation to sell their idea to furniture vendors.
This is a longboard constructed from 4 plies of 1/8" baltic birch. It was pressed using Titebond III wood glue, stained using RIT fabric dye, and coated with Minwax Water-based Polyurethane. It was then wet-sanded, polished, and waxed for a mirror-smooth finish. Tred-Tex paint additive was used to increase traction on top. SPECS Length: 38" Width: 9.5" Concave: 0.25"