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    How Did They Do This?

    ok.....here it goes.

    I have seen people use shock wave to represent 3d meshes in real time rendering like that of a game. (link of example below).
    What I wnat to know is how this is done, what programs i need, and can i utilize flash to do this?

    in this link below are showcased featured models of ships:

    http://images.google.com/imgres?imgu...8%26oe%3DUTF-8


    PLEASE HELP
    the animation master

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    These are done in a 3D program like 3d max or cinema 4D. You can't do this in Flash.
    You can however import 3D images in Flash, although it's very CPU intensive.

    Look at my xample: www.inflicted.nl
    regards

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    Hi,

    Importing 3D stuff into flash is very processor intensive. Flash can simulate 3D in a number of ways though. Here is a character demo that simulates 3D with a perspective view based on the character position to the mouse. It is not 3D, but it simulates it pretty well...

    http://ntdesigns.net/outpost.swf

    For more stuff on actionscript and 3D,... have a look at this......

    http://www.kirupa.com/developer/acti...pt/3dindex.htm


    Regards
    NTD

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    i'm affraind you guys are misinturpriting my question......let me refrase.....

    Is there a program out there utilizign shock wave to get this 3d effect and, Can flash call up shock wave file in a seperate window to play these 3d things?
    the animation master

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