[Papervision3D] Writing 3D biological sequencer
kruass at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 23:21:04 PDT 2009
You might find the Vectorvision extensions to papervision useful. I haven't
used vectorvision with papervision, yet, but I understand its powerful and
clean when dealing with 3d fonts.
I'm sure you can find good infos with google, or take a look at the
org.papervision3d.typography for the classes used by papervision.
On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 6:28 PM, David Di Biase <dave.dibiase at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm writing a biological 3D sequencer in PV3D and am looking for a way to
> create really crisp 3D characters. The problem I'm having is that I need to
> stretch and skew aspects of font as well as colourise them for a particular
> puporse. I attempted this by drawing movieclips on a rectangle take a look:
> (http://eplant.mozzly.com/sequencevis/test2.swf) - use up down right left
> to shift the sequence. I want the fonts to be crisper and allow me more
> freedom in working with each element.
> Have been looking around for ways to create actual 3D text objects in PV
> but I can't seem to find any. IS there a way to accomplish this or should I
> resort to a few other tactics I had in mind? Thanks!
> PS. this is apart of research we're conducting at 3ddi.org - you can view
> a previous application I developed in PV3D at
> http://bar.utoronto.ca/~dibiase/eplant/<http://bar.utoronto.ca/%7Edibiase/eplant/>- it's not bad but kind of slow.
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