Jan. 20, 2008

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An Interview with Zaki and Pat Kyle

Jaw dropping. This sums up what we thought the first time we saw the three-dimensional model Zaki created of the recently-completed Washington International School library. Using a video game, a set of blueprints and a high level of motivation, Zaki created an absolutely stunning model that we know you will love. In this video podcast, Zaki and Pat Kyle, the school librarian, discuss this awesome project, complete with a walk through of the library. At the conclusion of the podcast, we also hear from Neil MacDonald of the Washington International School as he gives his account of how this project fits into the school’s International Baccalaureate program.



One Response to "An Interview with Zaki and Pat Kyle"

  • Roger Faucher says:

    This is an example of what a strong interest or passion can do in terms of motivating and sustaining a project. Photorealistic imaging is a rapidly emerging field with lots of applications.

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