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Subject: RE: FLASH: 3D Interactive Solar System
From: Paul Willoughby
Date: Tue, 31 Oct 2000 18:00:13 GMT

Andrew Le Sage wrote on 31 October 2000:

> But that is about a 3D a Flash gets.
> In fact it is pretty crap really
>
> http://www.geocities.com/flasherman_1999/planets.html
>

You've obviously never seen the likes of http://www.subdream.com/index3.html
, http://www.wireframe.co.za and all the other people building 3D engine
experiments in Flash (just go to www.flashmove.com and look in their 3D
section). If you've got the mathematical ability, 3D in Flash is all very
possible (plus all the bits and pieces you can do with Swift3D). However, I
reckon pulse3D might takeover in the 3D arena (BTW and OT has anyone tried
their authoring tools?)

paul

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