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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 01/2010





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Create amazing 3D applications with Papervision3D

Professional Papervision3D describes how Papervision3D works and how 3D applications are built, with a clear look at essential topics such as building websites and games, creating virtual tours, and Adobe s Flash 10. Inside, Michael Lively draws on his considerable experience as a Flex/Flash developer and instructional designer to give you a solid Papervision foundation, revealing ways you can use it for both practical and profitable web projects. You will learn important techniques through hands–on applications, and you will build on those skills as the book progresses. The companion website contains all code examples, video step–by–step explanations, and a Collada repository.

  • Explains the use of primitives, including rezzing to the stage, creating custom prims and creating CS4 primitives
  • Demonstrates how to use textures, including simple materials, bitmaps, and movie clips

  • Describes methods for creating 3D models and how to import them into Papervision3D

  • Shares techniques for working with particle systems

  • Teaches how to incorporate 3D physics into your applications, including the use of 3rd party physics engines

  • Features practical examples, including building a 3D game for Nintendo® WiiTM, developing 3D websites, creating virtual tours, and making 3D movies

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Sommario

Acknowledgments.

Introduction.

PART I GETTING STARTED.

Chapter 1 Understanding Flash3D.

3D Coordinates in Flash 10.

Building a 3D Flash 9 Engine in 18 Lines of Code.

Using the Big 3.

Summary.

Chapter 2 Getting Started With Papervision3D.

Getting Papervision 3D.

Diving into 3D.

Exploring the Guts of Papervision3D.

Building a Class.

Running Papervision3D Applications.

Adding Motion.

Using BasicView (Hello Plane).

Incorporating CS4.

Summary.

Chapter 3 Rezzing Primitives.

Understanding Primitives.

Rezzing primitives to the Stage.

Creating Custom Prims.

Creating CS4 Primitives.

Dissecting the Big Three.

Summary.

Chapter 4 Adding Materials.

Applying the Textures.

Summary.

PART II WORKING WITH MODELS AND DATA.

Chapter 5 Creating 3D Models.

Modeling for Papervision3D.

Choosing a Modeling Application.

Papervision3D Importers.

Writing Your Own Parsers.

Processing Images (and Pixel Bender).

Summary.

Chapter 6 Working with Particle Systems.

Particle Systems in PV3D.

Creating a Generic CS4 Particle Class.

Plug–in Media.

Flint Particles.

Getting More Bang Out of Flash.

Summary.

Chapter 7 Geocoding, XML, and Databases.

Geocoding.

XML.

Working with MySQL and PHP.

Summary.

Chapter 8 Gliding on AIR.

Building a Simple Modeling Program.

Creating a Terrain Editor in AIR.

Incorporating Adobe AIR.

Sculpting a Prim Using face3d.

Summary.

PART III BUILDING GAMES AND WEBSITES.

Chapter 9 Incorporating 3D Physics.

Understanding the Guts of Physics.

Interacting with Objects in PV3D.

Taking it to the Next Level: 3D Wall Course.

Using 3rd Party Physics Engines.

AS3Dmod.

Summary.

Chapter 10 Building 3D Games for Wii.

Shooting Pool in Space.

Five Game States: Start, Play, Win, Lose, Cancel.

Optimizing Your Game for the Web.

Using Your Wii.

Playing Wii Jiglib Pong.

Summary.

Chapter 11 Integrating the Flash Media Server.

Getting Started.

Building a Race Track.

FMS Alternatives.

Summary.

Chapter 12 Developing 3D Websites.

What You Need to Know.

Converting CSIS to 3D.

Flirting with Web Spiders.

Summary.

PART IV EXTENDING PV3D AND BEYOND.

Chapter 13 Making 3D Movies.

Houston We've Got a Problem.

Using Flash CS4.

Bridging the Gap with Flash Catalyst.

Pushing the Envelope with Flash Builder.

Going 3D with Photoshop.

Recording 3D Animations.

Building a PV3D Studio.

Summary.

Chapter 14 Taking Virtual Tours.

Hello Uncle Sam .

Creating Augmented Reality.

Building 3D Worlds.

Summary.

Chapter 15 Adding Services.

Tweeting.

Adding 3D to Your Flickr Menu.

Mining Yahoo's Treasure Trove.

Building a CNN News Feed.

Summary.

Chapter 16 Flash & Math Exploring Flash 10 and Beyond.

Rebuilding the 3D Pool Shooting .

Rendering 3D Models in Flash 10.

Using ILayoutElement.

Summary.

Appendix A Pocket Reference.

Appendix B Companion Website.

Index.





Autore

MICHAEL LIVELY is an experienced software developer, and instructional designer with a special focus on game development, simulation, and technology integration. He has been programming for more than 25 years and developing for the web for over 10 years, with over eight years development for the Flash platform.







Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780470742662

Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Wrox - Programmer to Programmer
Dimensioni: 233 x 40.97 x 185 mm Ø 1328 gr
Formato: Brossura
Pagine Arabe: 750






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