[Papervision3D] PV3D website test
iasseo at digitas.com
Fri Jul 31 08:10:59 PDT 2009
Nice work! You might want to put a flash detect I had FP9 (just got a new
computer) and didn¹t understand why it wasn¹t working at first.
Didn¹t see any serious bugs, but noticed a couple of things:
* when rotating far right (on a 20in apple monitor) the menu shadow gets in
front of the menu itself.
* screen goes dark at some point when I¹m not over it (not sure if that¹s a
* performance is a bit sluggish but again, this is a new computer, so I
haven¹t tested many PV3D sites with it yet and don¹t know what to compare it
to. I¹m running a macBookPro 2.53GH
* didn¹t really find anything other than view screenshot view.. So not sure
what you mean by your 3rd point
* finally and that¹s just an aesthetic thing I do like the site a lot,
but I don¹t think there is much purpose to the turning of the global angle
when moving the mouse across the stage... It¹s been done so much, so it
doesn¹t have a novelty value either... And if you kept it straight on camera
you¹d be able to get much better pixel precision (I also don¹t love the
motion blur.) Overall, if you pushed the menu a bit to the right, kept it
outside of papervision (and save a lot of resources, which will up the
performance), and have the huge pixel images still throw pixels in 3D and
all that, I think the experience will be niftier, and it will be a kickass
site¹ rather than an awesome PV3D site¹... Just my two cents.
On 7/31/09 6:59 AM, "Mathieu Zylberait" <mathieu at adenek.com> wrote:
> I actually making my new portfolio and i need you to test it :)
> So it's not totally finish but except some little things (some texts and
> image) it will be something like that :
> What i would like to know :
> - Is it playing well on your computer and what is your computer.
> - Do you anderstand what the little guy can do.
> - Have you find some other thing that just a book
> - have you some idea to optimize the perfs.
> - Do you like it (yes it's maybee the main question :))
> Thx a lot for your fiedback.
> mathieu at adenek.com
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