Posts Tagged ‘VertexBuffer’


Versatile Stage3D Part 2: Using IndexBuffer Objects in 2D

Here comes the 2nd part of the “How to build a versatile 2D engine in Stage3D” series! Once again this will be a blind tutorial covering mostly theory and a […]


Versatile Stage3D Part 1: Using VertexBuffers Objects in 2D

Welcome to the first part of the “How to build a versatile 2D engine in Stage3D” series! If you’re already familiar with what VertexBuffers are in other programming languages, this […]


Building a versatile engine in Stage3D: Introduction

It’s a little late to show fireworks, but I thought I could share with you this Trippy-Rainbow-Spiral I’ve recently created! It’s built with a fresh new engine (on top of […]


Making Scrollable Tiles with UV Offsets in Stage3D and AGAL

In the last gamejam I participated (Ludumdare #23), I used the sweet and oh-so-sexy Axel Library! It’s by far my favorite Stage3D 2-dimensional library at this point. If you’re a […]


AS3 Level-4: Using Ping-Pong technique with RenderToTexture in Stage3D and AGAL

In this tutorial, I’ll cover how to use a rendering technique known as “Ping-Ponging” to achieve a colorful psychedelic post-processing effect. Basically, it is the process of alternating between two […]


AS3 Level-4: PREVIEW Using RenderToTexture for Trailing Effects in Stage3D and AGAL

This is just a quick preview for a very special achievement in my exploration of Stage3D and AGAL. It’s my first attempt at using a “ping-ponging” technique to achieve a […]


AS3 Level-4: Setting up a 2D Particle System with AGAL and Stage3D

It’s been a few weeks since I started experimenting in AGAL and Stage3D. The bad news is… I didn’t figure out how to make a kick-ass 3D Engine with post-processing […]


AS3 Level-4: Manipulating RGB Colors on a Texture with AGAL (part 3)

In this third experiment of AGAL, I will show you how we can modify the colors of a Texture in realtime by using some FragmentShader constants based on where the […]


AS3 Level-4: Experimenting with EasyAGAL (part 2)

You may have notice a slight difference with the title of this post when compared to my first post, “part 1” released previously. To further facilitate writing Vertex and Fragment […]


AS3 Level-4: Experimenting with AGAL (part 1)

If you’re like me, you may have been struggling to understand how to use AGAL to make your own GPU shaders in Flash Player 11. Many developers out there are […]