Playing around with the 3D capabilities of Flash 10

Posted on:September 18 2009

Today, CopperCube 1.0.6 has been released, and I quickly clicked together a small demo to show some of it's new features:


Controls: Mouse and Cursor keys or W+A+S+D.
When hitting the 'start 3d scene' button, you'll see some animated textures and the event system in action: When moving to the yellow thing, a sound will be played, when moving away from it, another sound will be played. Also, CopperCube is now using a new rendering pipeline using Flash 10's 3d capabilities, so it is much faster now.

If you don't know yet what CopperCube is: It's a 3D editor for creating interactive 3D scenes. the above scene was created without writing one single line of code. Download it for free and try it out if you like.





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Really nice and fast :)
Those blinking lights = dynamic textures?
halun
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2009-09-18 15:30:00


Really nice and fast too!!!
Congrats :) !!!
IPv6
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2009-09-18 16:36:00


Thanks :)
No, it's a 'behavior' which exchanges textures dynamically. If you know Irrlicht, it's similar to the TextureSceneNodeAnimator :)
niko
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2009-09-18 17:28:00


Ok, thanks :)
halun
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2009-09-18 19:22:00


can't flash do some texture filtering? otherwise it looks nice...
horace
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2009-09-19 12:54:00


Hello! Sorry klooper for my english jer, buti particular nice re say gJ$)Kd!!!.
pymnappadia
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2009-09-20 04:37:00


that's true, it could need some mip maps.
niko
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2009-09-21 17:59:00


very nice! bug report: sliding over the wall with the windows next to the crate and looking to this last one, some triangles of the box disappears
gian
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2009-09-21 19:57:00


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