# Table

## Coffee Table

It has been a while, a long while that I do not have time blogging. It feels good when I put down work and write a blog. In fact, it did not take long to do this coffee table at all.

## Scalable table with bowl

A sizeable table and bowl. I hope you like the customisation of the table and the bowl, creating weird combinations.

It has been a while that I have not looked into the Furniture Visualisation Challenge.  I have been reading a thesis and thought that I should take a break to play with creating 3D virtual world. I am getting better and better at creating a table, but perhaps I picked an easy one, so it only took me some 10 minutes or so to write a Logo program to create this LINNMON/ADILS table.

## Linnmon Table

This is my second attempt at the Furniture Visualisation Design Challenges: The LINNMON Table. It took me less than an hour to create in the VRMath2 Editor. I think that I am getting better at mental visualisation and computation of scale, location, direnction of movement in 3D space.

## Vika Byske Table

There are many design challenges set in the Furniture Visualisation Challenges page. I am very happy to be the first one to take on the first challenge.

I chose the first furniture (Vika Byske Table) from the design challeges page. Because the dimemsions were already provided, there was no need to design this table. All I need was to follow the dimemsions given and try to create in the VRMath2 Editor.

## 12 Tables

In this blog, I am trying to use an existing LOGO program in VRMath2 called table.logo, then see if I can create a couple of tables using repeat command.

## My first 3D project: A simple table

This table is consisted of 5 objects. The table top is a scaled box (cube). The four legs are scaled cans (cylinder).

To make this table, I carefully walked the turtle to the location where the objects should be placed and rotate the turtle to face certain direction before I place the objects. To move the turtle, I use the Quick Command Window to try first, and eventually I wrote in the Logo Editor Window the following commands to create this table.