2046 readershere is another experiment of 3D Camera Tracking in Flash. first i tracked camera position of footage with BOUJOU. next made 3D model of building in 3DS max. this 3D model has a exactly same shape of building in the video footage. once i made a 3d model into the scene, in the next, the
4639 readersIts nice to see Flex SDK adding functionality to support multi-screen. I quickly wanted to get my hands-on the Burrito and Hero before the trial period expires.I started with a simple to-do list application. What is the feature set? As Simple as it could be.Create a task (enter task name, task details, set the priority)
8166 readers[note to self] When using the Camera, you cannot always expect the default camera object to work when using: var cam:Camera = Camera.getCamera(); Sometimes you need to access a different camera object in your hardware setup. This is true when using my MBP, the default DV Camera object just doesn’t work. Now the API suggests
4591 readersThe latest version (1.2) of Adobe SiteCatalyst extension for Flash Pro was just released. The first major change that can be seen form the beginning is a new screen just after the login. This first screen will present two options: Simple Tracking and Custom Tracking. The Custom Tracking is the previously available way to track
9128 readersAdobe AIR for mobile has had consistent front facing camera support in AIR 3, Christian Cantrell posted a article to tell you how to use it. Here is the screenshot: The codes below shows a simple function that will return the requested camera: // Get the requested camera. If it cannot be found, // return
1610 readersphoto © 2009 Masakazu “Matto” Matsumoto | more info (via: Wylio) You can’t make a movie if you don’t have a camera…. …and you can’t render a 3d scene, if you don’t have a 3d camera. You saw how to r...
3347 readersI may be slow on the uptake here, but Mr.doob has some awesome HTML5 and Flash Player showcase pieces over at mrdoob.com. It’s hard to pick a favorite, because they’re all darn impressive, but I’m a fan of the Face-tracking and 3D Scene demo (which I’ve screenshotted above). It’s based in Flash, because it has to access
2658 readersA while ago, I visited the Decode exhibition at the Victoria & Albert museum. One piece I realled liked was Body Paint by Mehmet Akten. Over the last few days, I've been playing with an homage using Flint Particles and some simple motion control using the Flex Camera object.You can see my proof of concept
9946 readersHere above is my haXe implementation of head-tracking 3D, creating motion-parallax effect using Away3D 4. You can play with the live demo or grab the source. This type of head tracking VR has been around for quite a long time. The first popular one should be Johnny Lee’s Wiimote hack, back in 2007, built in
45393 readersLearn how to create a Camera object, declare Android permission, and attach a camera to a Video object.
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