If you thought Green Planet was cool ….18th Apr 20082
Just check this out! Click the shots for the two demos. Definitely the fastest 3D I’ve seen done in Flash yet. Really state of the art, it blows everything else away. Apparently part of the Alternativa3D Engine. I really hope they release it!
Away3D Green Planet Demo15th Apr 2008
Everyone seems to be on the PaperVision hype train at the moment (and for pretty good reason), but it isn’t the only Flash 3D engine out there. Today the Away3D team released a new interactive 3D demo called Green Planet. I tested it on Firefox 3 (Beta 5) and was blown away. Graphically it’s rich, with nicely animated objects and a planet landscape to fly around (it’s under your control). There are interactive objects to pick-up, and the sound fits the whole thing perfectly.
In short, you HAVE to try this out!
More pics after the jump
PaperWorld3D Goes Open Source7th Apr 2008
PaperWorld3D, a game engine for developing virtual worlds and MMOGs in Flash, went open source last week. Based on existing open-source projects like PaperVision3D and Red5, the engine is available under LGPL. The Electric Sheep Company is using PaperVision for a current project, but working with an Ogoglio backend. For newer developers or those with less resources, though, the open-source engine project could be very attractive. John Grden, founding member of the projects, presents a demo below at Flash in the Can Amsterdam:
(News from http://www.virtualworldsnews.com/2008/04/paperworld3d-go.html)
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