[Papervision3D] New PV3D Presentation ... Why Not?
gordee at hotmail.co.uk
Wed Mar 4 09:11:51 PST 2009
You should be proud, even though carousels are common your's looks fresh enough and the animations are sweet.
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> Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 08:48:23 -0800
> From: craig at blueion.com
> To: papervision3D at osflash.org
> Subject: [Papervision3D] New PV3D Presentation ... Why Not?
> So, to get some practice with Great White I decided to build our company's
> presentation pitch as a 3D / 2D hybrid. I used some stuff that I hadn't
> tried before - 3D model, line3D, quaternion, etc. It isn't super spectacular
> or anything but I am proud of it nonetheless. I guess sometimes less is
> I wish I understood this stuff a little better though. I tried messing with
> lighting and didn't like the results. Sigh. Also messed around with dragging
> the carousel instead of it reacting to mouse postion ... but then it didn't
> seem alive anymore.
> Navigation is at the bottom right if you want to see the other sections. It
> was meant to be used by one person (our presentation guy) so I didn't build
> it to be super intuitive. For example, when you click on a plane you will
> have to click-hold-drag to move through the sampled work.
> Craig Anthony
> Flash Developer
> http://www.blueion.com Blue Ion, LLC.
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