VizualPV3D

 

Juxt Interactive created an absolutely fantastic application called VizualPV3D which is a Flash Visualization Application that provides a GUI interface to create and manipulate objects in 3D scenes using Papervision3D.

A the moment the application is still in beta having most of the planned features for it and the team expectes to release a full working version in the next few months. Have a look, it’s worth it!

VizualPV3D

Create 3D Terrain

 

mcasperson is sharing the source code of a cool little application which represents an interactive 3D Terrain created with Papervision 3D. This task will be done with the help of two more applications: T2 terrain generator and Milkshape.

Put your hands on the source code.

Intensive Advanced Papervision3D Training Course

 

By: Carlos Ulloa
Dates: April 6th-8th 2009
Location: London, UK
Number of participants: Spaces are limited to 20
Duration: 21 hours

Course Outline

Day 1

Planning
Concept
Research
Development
Production

Optimization
How 3D Works
How PV3D Works
Performance
Frame Rate
Stage Quality

Scenes
How Scenes Work
Depth Sorting
Viewport Layers
Common Issues

Day 2

Objects
How Objects Work
Matrices
Animation
Working with Models
Common Issues
Create Your Own Objects

Materials
How Materials Work
Texture Coordinates
Real Time Materials
Working With Textures
Common Issues
Create Your Own materials

Day 3

Cameras
How Cameras Work
Simple Animation
Advanced Animation
Simple Interactivity
Advanced Interactivity
Common Issues
Create Your Own Cameras

Physics
Real Time Physics
Box2D
Prototyping
Physics and 3D
Advanced techniques

For more information click here.

Papervision 3d Forum

 

papervision

“We hope the forums will provide a place for developers to ask/answer questions and share what they’re working on. Forums come with the added benefit of being able to place inline images, swfs, and code. Now you won’t have to visit multiple links from an e-mail to understand and answer a simple question. Also, you’ll have the ability to permalink to a specific topic as well as have all the search engines hunt down relevant posts. All in all, we believe it’s a step in the right direction for sharing community knowledge.

Teach Flash, Win Flex!”

Papervision 3D official forum

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