3D Particle System in Flash / Stage 3D and WebGL

I just finished the implementation of a small particle engine for CopperCube. Besides in the native Windows and Mac OS X targets, it also already works in Flash and WebGL, so it's possible to show it in action directly on this blog:

Does it run smoothly on your system? It's not very optimized yet, but I am very happy with the outcome so far. Also, it looks very nice :)

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nine comments, already:

Great work!
Runs absolutely smooth.
KIENI - 09 01 13 - 16:00

works great :-)
The Elk - 09 01 13 - 17:49

fat black smoke is comming out of the box
runs nice on Slackware 14 + chrome
a4z - 09 01 13 - 18:14

Runs nice and smooth on Ubuntu 12.10, Firefox 18.0
Ivan - 10 01 13 - 09:03

Run smooth here, nice!
bob - 10 01 13 - 09:30

runs great on my machine. Win7 Ultimate, Firefox 12
jon - 10 01 13 - 09:36

Nice, thx for testing it out. Surprised it also works on Linux :)
niko - 10 01 13 - 11:15

Running nice and smooth on Windows 7 64 and Chrome. My graphics card on this desktop is a humble Nvidia 8500 GT. Just in case that info helps at all. ;)
mrmdesign - 11 01 13 - 09:18

Run smooth in rekonk with webkit, kubuntu 12.10, atom 270 + nvidia Ion. =)
congratulations
Heitor - 13 01 13 - 19:52


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