19 July 2010
Starting with Adobe Flash Player 10, you can use display object properties to move two-dimensional objects in three-dimensional space. For simple animations, you can use the z property and rotationX, rotationY, and rotationZ properties to create 3D transformations. For more complex animations, you can use the Matrix3D and PerspectiveProjection classes avaialble in the flash.geom package.
This sample demonstrates the use of the 3D rotation properties available to display objects in Flash Player 10 and later. Drag the sliders around to change the animation.
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