Tuesday, August 5, 2008

disk-mapping on a sphere in flash

Mapping disks on a sphere?





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7 comments:

  1. autour de 60-70 fps dans FireFox et 100-125 fps en standalone. C'est fou u_u.

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  2. tiens mais je connais ce Flasheur !
    ben sur ta démo on voit bien aussi la différence de performance sur Mac, enfin bon ça nous oblige à mieux optimiser nos projets... :)

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  3. Two observations I made (some years ago, so it may change with IE7 or FP10) about performance:
    - ActiveX removes at least 20% of your framerate, without apparent reason.
    - Strangely, it doesn't happen in Internet Explorer.

    I didn't find any explanation of this.

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  4. hey, it seems that Firefox 3 (that I just installed 1 hour ago) has no "framerate tax". The framerate is exactly the same as in standalone version !!
    Vive Firefox! Vive Mozilla ! :D

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  5. I said "- Strangely, it doesn't happen in Internet Explorer."
    ... but it seems that IE6 AND IE7 still cause a -50% loss of framerate (it may be -30% for lower framerates like 30 fps).
    When I researched the subject (in 2004), IE(5) was doing better than activeX-based wrappers (Zinc, Swfkit,..). Only Jugglor could preserve the orginal framerate by using exe projectors instead of activeX.

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  6. Hey, I want source of this =)

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