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Five3D

Five3D is an AS3 vector based 3D engine developed by Mathieu Badimon, it looks to be rather cool and I’d advise you to check it out over at: http://five3d.mathieu-badimon.com/

Also check out Mathieu’s labs: http://lab.mathieu-badimon.com/

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Phil just announced his first PV3D website, it’s a really cool website with some nice details, like the full url deeplinking, and slick interface.
It’s a fresh approach to this kind of websites and definitely worth a look.

Check it out here: http://www.karimzariffa.com/

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Envolve

Envolve is an initiative from Brazil, that’s compromised of three friends that aim at creating cool experiences online.

This is their first PV3D website and I’d say they managed to deliver a pretty good experience.

Be sure to check them out here: http://www.envolveweb.com.br/

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PV3D Dancer

Chloridrik just gave a heads up on his latest experiment, a 3D dancer! It’s a cool demo, and definitely worth a click.

Link: http://chloridrik.free.fr/lab/tecktonik/

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Dunross

Daniel just posted his first Papervision3D website, and as according to him, made in a rush but still with a very simple, yet cool, result.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.dunross.se/

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Chris just announced his, and his team’s, latest website: BrinkDieckmann.
It uses PV3d as a base, with a little Away3d and dynamate (in house 3d engine) vitamins, to create a cool, smooth and unique experience.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.brinkdieckmann.de/

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Jeff just posted a great experiment using Pv3D, Wiiflash and a Phidgets servomotor. It synchronizes a virtual 3d object with a real one, definitely worth a click.

So check it out here:
http://seedylifestyle.blogspot.com/2008/05/wiiflash-with-papervision3d-and.html

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