[Papervision3D] Adding Flex Components to Papervision
rstewart at adobe.com
Mon Mar 9 14:04:47 PST 2009
Awesome, thanks for the help guys. I'm sure I'll be back with more specific questions.
On 3/9/09 1:26 PM, "xero" <xero.nu at gmail.com> wrote:
yeah your method sounds good. but most of the
really great demos i have seen doing this are
faked. you have your 2D form's data as an image
on a 3D object thats moving. but when the animation
stops and its time to use the form, your view gets
swapped out out 3D and into the real 2D flex form.
you can really achive this effects w/o writing any
new code. TINK! has written some really slick
papervision3D effects for flex
and they have be updated for the papervision3D
2.0 compatability by Jörg.
download them here:
hope that helps!
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From: Ryan Stewart <rstewart at adobe.com>
To: "papervision3d at osflash.org" <papervision3d at osflash.org>
Date: Mon, 9 Mar 2009 11:48:28 -0700
Subject: [Papervision3D] Adding Flex Components to Papervision
I'm looking at doing a proof of concept with FLARToolKit and Papervision where I pop working, interactive Flex components up instead of drawn Papervision objects. After digging in (my first time with Papervision) I saw that the basic display list is DisplayObject3D which takes another DisplayObject3D for its addChild method.
So what I was thinking is extending DisplayObject3DContainer into a new class, something like DisplayGumbonent3D which would have all the methods of DisplayObject3D but would let me add a Flex UIComponent with addChild. As far as I can tell, DisplayObject3D seems to have all the code for doing 3D transformations and rendering. My hope was that I could use the new Flash Player 10 APIs to replicate some of that functionality for a Flex component.
Is this even possible or am I completely off base as to how this might work? I'm mostly just looking for a reality check. Thanks in advance,
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