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New HD Flash 11 3D Viewer for Photosculpt 3D Models

Good news to all Photosculpt users: Flash developper Josef Chutka has updated his Open source 3D viewer. I can't wait to use it on my web site front page once Flash 11 will become mainstream!

As previously stated in this blog, Flash 11 is now out since a few months. This new upgrade has hardware-enabled 3D capabilities. The improvement in speed is impressive!

To view this page ensure that Adobe Flash Player version 11.0.0 or greater is installed.

What do you think?
You too can use his open source viewer to display you models at home or on your web site. As of today there is no user interface to setup your model nor tutorial ("please just take a look at .xml config file and try to play with values, I wish I had time for a tutorial but sadly I have no"). All you need to do is download your favorite pack here (they are still the older Flash 10 packs but I'll edit this post later when he'll do a link to the new packs) and do some basic text editing. Don't hesitate to contact him if you have any questions?

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    New HD Flash 11 3D Viewer for Photosculpt 3D Models - PhotoSculpt Blog - PhotoSculpt creates 3D models and textures from 2 photos
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    Football is seriously one of the biggest sports in America. It has a big following.
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    Terrific Web site, Carry on the useful work. Thanks a ton!

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