Molehill now public, CopperCube 2.5 released with support for it

Adobe just made the hardware accelerated Flash API publically available as beta, its code name is 'Molehill'. The 3D editor CopperCube has been released in version 2.5 at the same time, and it supports this already. I also created a small demo using Molehill:

You can view the demo here. There is also a youtube video of it. All in all, it opens great possibilities. Real, fast 3D running in flash applications. Nice :)

two comments, already:

Brostbite - 27 02 11 - 20:39

Amazing. I’m trying Molehill on my ancient notebook with Intel GMA (crap) GPU, and it works via fallback to the software renderer SwiftShader. CPU usage is amazing: very low, comparing to Firefox itself which is causing notebook ventilator to run like crazy.
Vox - 04 03 11 - 17:03

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