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BMW M3 GT2 Nordschleife (Doppler Effect) 1.1

A skin exploiting the phenomenon of doppler effect

  1. lealowolealowo
    Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-13-1.jpg Front.jpg Back.jpg This skin is inspired by the doppler effect in light, in which a light source moving toward the observer would shift blue, and shifts to red when it's moving away from them, which means, in theory, that this special feature may create the impression that your car is more difficult to chase seen from the car behind (red shift), and that you're closing in quicker seen from the rear view mirror from the car ahead (blue shift).
    Side.jpg
    This greenish reptilian skin was made in honor to the Green Hell (Nordschleife), whose laser scanned version is due to release by Kunos any time now.

    Enjoy!

    Images

    1. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-12-0.jpg
    2. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-19-41.jpg
    3. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-20-38.jpg
    4. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-30-17.jpg
    5. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-33-27.jpg
    6. Showroom_bmw_m3_gt2_14-8-2014-12-43-36.jpg

Recent Reviews

  1. Conchulio
    Conchulio
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    i love it!
  2. Akis
    Akis
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    impressive work!!!
  3. ShadowF
    ShadowF
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thank you!!
  4. Sunny Sky Speed
    Sunny Sky Speed
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Waaw, really creative thinking and exceptional execution. Keep it up!!
  5. GWGiamundo
    GWGiamundo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Hands down the best skin I've ever seen, I really hope you will do similar stuff with other cars
  6. vagdamis
    vagdamis
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    If I could I would give it 6 stars for the originality. Incredible skin.
  7. Maximiliano
    Maximiliano
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    I really like the idea, it's very original. You did a great job, the car looks good. As a physics enthusiast, it's good to see a physics concept applied to an artwork. Thanks!