Archive for November, 2008


Brandon Yano, from 65 Media, released the website for Australia movie and he used Papervision3d for the transitions and although it’s subtle he did a great job and pulling the off just perfect.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.australiamovie.com/main.html

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Clint Hannaford, from digital pictures, just told me about their latest experiment with Papervision3d, and boy is it impressive. They used PV3D to build a small augmented reality demo that you can test for your self!

Find out how here:http://interactive.digitalpictures.com.au/?p=392

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Stephane just finished a cool experiment involving a sound visualizer and 4 really cool songs, at first it seems like your run-of-the-mill visualizer but soon you start to see the craziness of it!

Be sure to check it out here: http://lab.st-f.net/AS3/soundSpectrum/soundSpectrum.html
And check the blog for more info: http://blog.st-f.net/index.php?post/1970/01/01/Sound-spectrum-Papervision-20-TweenMax-visualizer-experiment.

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Today we have Markus Hesper personal portfolio and although not amazing it does convey a certain coolness.

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

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Bartek Drozdz, over at Every day flash, just finished a simple and very cool game for EA’s Skate It.
To see it just follow the “Click here to try Flickit for your Nintendo DS” link, and be prepared to spend sometime having fun with it!

Check it out here: http://www.skateit.ea.com/

Kudos to Revolutive Design

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Guillaume Sartre, from Hotlobster, told me about their latest work for Ebb&Flow, a French global communication agency. And they did an amazing job at it. At first it looks simple but you’ll soon realize that it’s a very cool and smooth website with a fresh approach.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.ebbandflow.fr/

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