This project aims to develop a 3D Online Baseball Game using Shockwave 3D. Motion Captured player movements and detailed, customizable, low-polygon player renderings are animated in multiple stadium scenarios.
For the 2004 Ateneo CD-ROM project, an isometric, massively multiplayer game engine was developed with multiple 3D characters. Using the Shockwave Multi-user Server, this virtual world allows up to 1000 users to interact with each other in an isometric space.
For the 2003 Ateneo CD-ROM Yearbook, EACOMM Corporation developed a First-Person 3D virtual tour of the Ateneo High School Campus located in Loyola Hts, Quezon City, Philippines. This is EACOMM's first foray on a fully 3D environment using the Shockwave 3D engine.
|International School DVD-ROM|
For the 2005 International School Yearbook, they decided on a media rich DVD-ROM with a 3rd-person perspective walk through around the School Campus. The IS 'Bearcat' mascot was rendered as the avatar for the application.
|International School DVD|
This project is EACOMM's first foray on the DVD-Video format. Highly interactive and media rich, a number of fantasy-themed 3D scenery were developed for this Hogwart's inspired project.
|La Salle DVD|
These 3D scenes were developed for La Salle Grade School as interactive and animated menus for their DVD Video Yearbook.
These low-polygon game models were designed for a mockup Karate Game for XBox release.