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Subject: RE: FLASH: 3D Interactive Solar System
From: Bradshaw, Brian
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 11:59:40 GMT

This is way cool! I'm having fun with it. It would be cool to be able to
turn and fly facing the sun as well as fly facing away from it. I'm also
curious: while I like the text changing in scale with the planet, could it
have been done to stay at the same size regardless of the planet's size?

I don't know what this is for, but I'd be happy if I can do something that
cool someday.


--- Glen Rhodes <grhodesatdceg [dot] com> wrote:
> Hey everyone, I made this little 3D flash program..
> it's really an astronomy
> / educational virtual tour of the solar system.
> Check it out, and let me
> know what you think!! Thank you very much.
>
http://www.geocities.com/flasherman_1999/planets.html
>
> Glen
>
> ------------------
> Glen Rhodes
> dot com Entertainment Group Inc.
> Tel: (905) 337-8524 x224
> Fax: (905) 337-8630
> www.dceg.com


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