I'm glad you like the spiral and thanks for saying so I can't deny it's nice to see the tangible object, but you don't have the same level of control to produce wonderful objects like you have here with your render (yet!).
You should definitely try printing some of your objects out though. They'd make wonderful 3D prints.
Thank you David, I understand thats a little bit expensive, at least over here. That's why I crashed over stereoscopy instead. Not even glasses needed XD
It could be a fun project, too. This guy made his own wood / carboard laser cutting printer using recycled bluray diodes, though. I've been his fan since forever. Imagine 3D printing your own designs in the backyard, like a boss.
Is it really possible to cut wood with a Blueray diode?! That's amazing, and the results produced are quite inspirational. I can see why you're a fan!
But as you know, I'm very impressed by your stereoscopic images and renders, and they're equally amazing, just in a different way.
By the way, I've been playing around with Incendia as you suggested. It's great software and it certainly produced beautiful results, but actually controlling what it produces is proving to be more challenging! It's going to take a while to get to grips with it.