Adobe has just announced they will be launching their new Flash player 11 and Adobe Air 3 next month in October. Bringing native 64-bit support to browsers in Linux, Mac OS X and Windows with their new Flash Player 11.
Stage 3D, Adobe’s Flash Player 11 and Air 3 hardware graphics accelerated engine is set to provide you with 1,000 times faster rendering when compared to its predecessor Flash Player 10. Enabling Flash programmers to now create console quality games with the ability to animate millions of on-screen objects, says Adobe.
For more information about what you can expect in the new releases watch a run through after the jump demoing the graphical and runtime features of Flash Player 11 & AIR 3.
“Stage 3D enables content that efficiently animate millions of objects on screen, smoothly rendered at 60 frames per second — the result is fluid, cinematic app and game experiences.” – to support theater-quality HD video, native 64-bit optimizations, high-quality HD video conferencing, and a powerful, flexible architecture for leveraging native device and platform capabilities. We’re turning the dial up.”
For more information jump over to the Adobe blog post for more videos and in-depth detail.
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