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Many Papervision3D examples

How come I missed this? John Grden has published a lot of examples for Papervision3D on the Papervision3D blog. They’re not only pretty cool, but one of them uses Tweener to animate a target camera. I’ve always thought that learning by example is the best way to do it with Flash, and this new batch of examples is pretty nice for people looking into getting the hang of the Papervision3D classes.

Posted on 11/Jul/2007 at 10:02 am | Comments (0) | Trackbacks (0) | Categories: Actionscript, Flash, Papervision3D, Tweener

Comments (2)

Cool, the examples they can be very useful. Papervision3D is so far, the bigger open source project for flash released. (Together with Tweener of course). 😀

Posted by Junio Vitorino on 17/Jul/2007 at 1:16 pm

Excellent! Work

Posted by Talal on 30/May/2008 at 10:07 am