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Chapter 15. Introducing Director 3D

What You Will Learn

In this lesson you will

Learn the basics of Director's real-time 3D engine

Create a primitive sphere model

Create a shader and a texture for the sphere

Animate a camera using Lingo

Import the 3D game board into Director

Learn how to create and assign random textures to the game cards

Approximate Time

This lesson should take you about 1.5 hours to complete.

Lesson Files

Media Files:

house.jpg

memory.W3D

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t2.jpg

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top_dm.jpg

Starting Files:

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Completed Files:

memory.dir

This is the first lesson in the fourth project, a 3D version of the classic game, "Memory." By completing this project you will gain a basic understanding of Director's real-time 3D engine.

Director has had 3D capabilities since version 8.5, when Macromedia teamed up with Intel and created a real-time 3D engine for Director. Coupled with the fact that Director movies can be put on the Web, a powerful combination resulted. Since its release, developers have used Director's 3D capabilities to create everything from games to product viewers for major corporations. For instance, the Lego company offers the Lego Studios' "Backlot," a multi-level real-time 3D game created with Director. You can play the game here: [http://www.lego.com/eng/play/games/backlot]. For other examples of great 3D content go to [macromedia.com] and visit the Director Showcase section.

Remember this game?

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