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    Hi!
    I'm new to the board and trying to get my way into actionscripting...

    Has anyone tried to modify the 3D-engine by Chris Gaublitz?
    What is the best or easiest way to replace some of the balls by other, different objects...?

    ...writing this I'm thinking of a way... I'm going to give it a try. Anyone interested if I succeed?

    Still interested in a solution though!
    Thanks!
    M'tijn

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    I would be very interested in this and a tutorial on it as well

    Also look at the menu engine by David Coluquon (??) in the movies section, its amazing!

    Mark


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    I would be very interested also in the 3d engine if you can do it. Also I might be able to help with the fla. Could you please provide a link to it.

    Draco

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    3D engine

    I've just designed my own 3D engine, with rotation around each axis,zoom, etc.
    I'm now gonna start working on turning it into a tutorial so that everyone gets to understand the way these cubes work. It is really impossible to get it just by looking at the flas so I dug out the formulas on the Web and worked it out n my own. Anyway, I'll explain everything in the tutorial.

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    Thanks, KStor - I'm looking forward to it. If you need any help, contact me privately. My background is mathematics and aerospace engineering with specialization in computational geometry and flight dynamics. I wrote 3D modeling and animation software from scratch 20 years ago (yes, I'm an old dude).

    Your willingness to work this information into a tutorial is greatly appreciated. I hope it brings you great FlashKit fame

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