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Tutorial | Rotating 3D Objects with the Tween Class in ActionScript 3

Carlos Pinho
By | 2008-04-17T11:00:15+00:00 Apr 17, 2008|Old Posts|

Tutorial | Rotating 3D Objects with the Tween Class in ActionScript 3

Another great tutorial from Flash and Math, on 3D.

This tutorial, will show you how to use the AS3 Tween class and its access to the built-in AS3 collection of ‘easing’ functions to produce interesting rotation effects for 3D objects. To illustrate the idea, we use the following example in which a hexagonal cylinder, drawn at runtime, is being rotated. Our usage of the Tween class is somewhat non-standard. We are tweening a property of an object that does not directly produce a visual change.

Read the Tutorial and download support files

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