Adobe Plans to Delve into the Third Dimension with Flash

By on July 12, 2010
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Adobe Max schedule shows plans for 3D support for Flash.

Adobe is preparing to ride the 3D bandwagon, revealing that it will be bringing advanced support for 3D in the upcoming versions of Flash.

According to the schedule for this year’s Adobe MAX conference, to be held in October, Adobe Flash Player engineer Sebastian Marketsmueller will be a hosting a session titled ‘Flash Player 3D Future’ that promises to “deep dive into the next-generation 3D API coming in a future version of Flash Player” with “exciting new APIs”, “demos never shown before” and “some exclusive content”.

“If you are into 3D development for games, augmented reality, or just interactive stuff like Web sites, you just can’t miss the session,” Thibault said to CNET. When exactly the technology will arrive isn’t clear, but Thibault said it is coming “in a future version of the Flash Player.”

Source: MAX Conference, CNET


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