Posts Tagged ‘Papervision3d Website’


Here is a website for german based company,3spin.

Here is their say on the new site:

“spin is an internet agency based in Darmstadt, Germany. Since 2008 we
create all kinds of websites, applications and games for companies and do a
lot of technical development for major German advertising and internet
Our aim was to build a website which communicates the 3spin corporate design
and our philosophy while demonstrating technical skills.
Papervision was used in combination with Vectorvision to render the 3D world
and the “spin” (SVG image). A challenge was the 3D run-time positioning of
the content planes which are generated by a CMS and the 3D bezier-tweening.
Please note that there are a lot of technical details like deep-linking,
localization and auto-pilot.”
Be sure to check it out here : Link

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You may remember Mathieu from Mr A. T-shirts, now we bring to you another project from him.
Pv3D with sound generation,play with the little man and make  sweet music.

Be sure to check it out here:- Link

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Zara Media Design Group is a brand agency from Salt Lake City that just launched their new Papervision3d powered website, and they did a very cool job at it with some cool elements and a simple navigation that is pleasing to use.

Be sure to check it out here: http://www.zaramedia.com/

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From Billy Lamberta comes what has to be one of my favorite websites out there, lets hear his say:

The goal of the site was “clean, functional, and fun.” We used a
Modern typographic design and combined it with some 3D and physics to
convey playfulness and allude to the theme “design as build process.”

The physics is handled using Box2D and if anyone is curious, I’ve
posted a little demo with source that shows an example of using it
with PV3D. PaperBox2D: http://www.lamberta.org/blog/paperbox2d/

Be sure to check it out here: http://danielskrok.com/

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nowhen is the portfolio of Florent & Audrey JEAN two Actionscript developers from France.
At first glance it seemed to be the a common Papervision3D website but after I figured out how to navigate it, and there are instructions, it was pleasantly surprised at the somber yet fresh approach they took.

Definitely worth a check: http://www.nowhen.net/

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Studio Transformer, http://www.transformer.st, and Eugene Zatepyakin, from http://www.inspirit.ru, made one of the coolest sites out there, for Provokator! And proof of that is the FWA Site of the day award they collected.
They took a completely different approach to the online store paradigm, and dare I say, reinventing it!

So be sure to check it out here: http://www.provokator.ru/play/

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