New Audi microsite – Papervision3D

Flash team from NEUE DIGITALE GmbH just put out a new Audi Microsite. The intro alone rocks \m/ - the particles swirling around are done very well. Take the virtual drive - this is all done very very well and looks/sounds incredible!

    • Phillip Kerman
    • September 11th, 2007

    I’m interested in what parts are papervision3d… the particles? the word wrapping? The car too? I gotta learn that.

    • Phillip Kerman
    • September 11th, 2007

    btw… VERY nice site!

  1. +1 with Phillip.
    I don’t think taht the car wich rotates was done with Papervision, other ?

    • Frank Weinhold
    • September 11th, 2007

    Hi there,

    Yes, your right, if you think there is not that much papervision used. The car is acutally pre rendered, same with the test drive videos.

    The particles, the typo in the back and the arrow button are rendered with PV3D. We just sort the right image for each camera position into the scene.

    I hope you like it anyway…

    • Pixelmixer
    • September 11th, 2007

    I believe the main parts that were done with papervision are only the particles in the background when the car view is up.

    You can really tell its papervision when you click on a link to go to a different area. All of the “particles” in the background come forward and consume the view in black boxes, which then zooms back away from the camera.

  2. Hi John,
    Awesome site, and design, but the intro totally screams After Effects. The only Papervision3d I see for sure is the transition sequence with the tiles, and the video in the A4 Global Drives. Everything else is questionable, but it doesn’t matter because it’s cool regardless.

  3. yeah I didn’t know if the intro was with PV3D or not, but Frank’s cleared that up somewhat – looks awesome though

    • Frank Weinhold
    • September 12th, 2007

    @Marko: You are right! We tried to do the typo animation with papervision, but we finally choosed a pre rendered AE Effect.

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