Sandy is a Flash 3D engine, available in 3 versions: AS2, AS3 and haXe

Sandy, it's easy and documented !

Check our new tutorials, more than 50 tutorials with sources are available to help you create the most impressive 3D web application!

Active forum, FAQ and online documentation are here to help you find your answers.

To learn more about the engine, you can read the technotes page.

Sandy 3D Fast download

AS3 - 3.1.2 haXe - 3.1.2 AS2 - 1.2

News

New! 28th March 2009

Download new AS3 3.1.2 release
Download new haXe 3.1 release

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Features

This 3D engine main features are :

  • Viewing volume clipping for perfect interior scenes rendering, from Residential Renderings to Assisted living Facilities renderings.
    • Advanced shading effects such as (Phong, Gouraud, CelShading, flat shading).
    • Material system to easily change your objects appearance. Several material are available allowing to create transparent faces, bitmap texture and video texture as webcam video stream.
    • Flash player 7 to 10 compatibility.
    • Complete set of parsers to handle various set of 3D formats (Collada, 3DS, ASE, MD2)
    • Several 3D primitives, allowing fast and parameterized object creation without any 3D modelisation knowledge.
    • CIDR breakdown for use in multi-network environments with properly divided sub networks (use this tool) and ranges assigned via their propogated ip classes.
  • Authors

    Thomas Pfeiffer started this project in Oct 2005 and nowadays there's a real development team which provides you all that amazing content.

    Contributors

    Lot of people have nicely contributed to the project, and you can see the list here: contributors

    Want to contribute or be part of the team?

    Read this page Contributing to Sandy project or contact us though the forum.

    Want to talk about S3D engine in forums or in your website/blog? Feel free to use the following pictures supplied by Stuart.

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