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MoleHill – 3D APIs for Adobe Flash Player

Adobe announced the long-awaited public release of the Molehill API that’s able to use the hardware resources to render 3D objects on its Flash player. The existing Flash-based 3D engines available utilize the CPU and memory cycles of the computer, something that limited the total number vertices that can be shown inside the Flash player. With the Molehill API, 3D Flash engines like Alternativa3D, Flare3D, Away3D, Sophie3D, Yogurt3D, and others will be able to generate more realistic and more robust 3D graphics.

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March 2, 2011 - Posted by | actionscript 3.0, Flash

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