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Real Time 3D on the Web with Open Source

Tutorial, Web Applications
Location: E143/144 Level: Intermediate
Average rating: **...
(2.00, 4 ratings)

The open source Flash universe is expanding rapidly as a new wave of innovation is enabled by real time 3D technology. In-depth tutorials will cover the features of Papervision3D, Away3D, and Sandy3D through the use of exclusive open source licensed examples.

The physics engines APE, Box2DAS3, and WOW will be covered with new hands on tutorials that you can use for your own creations. Use of the Collada format and Blender in creating a modeling pipeline will also be covered.

Attendees will leave with an understanding of best practices in real time 3D along with resources and code to further expand their knowledge.

Matthew Edwards

Entrepreneur

He identifies areas of opportunity for technological solutions to achieve business goals. Focused on developing sustainable models for excellence within the open source community, Matt’s current priority is to attain proficiency in e-commerce law to enable the launch of a startup in Fall 2008. The startup is an experiment to validate a novel business model that will leverage the diversity of free software.

OSCON 2008