AMI's demos are Flash animations and applications that have been created to demonstrate the diversity of our VGK Platform. Contact us to see if we have a demo that runs on your specific system configuration.
Go to Animated Media's YouTube Channel to see more video demos. Click on the icon below or go to http://www.youtube.com/user/AnimatedMedia.
3D Virtual World Demo
This Windows-based demo is only available in our Toronto office as it is a very complex implementation of our VGK platform. The demo illustrates using the VGK in a 3D virtual multi-floor environment to inform occupants what is happening when safety alarms are activated. The VGK supports multiple Flash animations representing different activation states of a speaker annunciation system. The demo loads CAD data and FlashObject positional data from a VGK SQL database, then populates the 3D virtual world. Flash animations can be used to represent fire alarm bells, strobe alarms, sprinklers, evacuation routes, and elevator status.
Let's Count Demo
This Windows-based demo is a side by side comparision of counting using ActionScript versus the VGK Engine. The Adobe player is used to count - using simple ActionScript code. The VGK is used to perform the identical count using its algorithms to accelerate the ActionScript resulting in dramatically improved performance. AMI created this demo to illustrate how total system performance can be improved by balancing the usage of ActionScript and the VGK. The VGK permits more complicated Flash animations to be run on CPUs as low as 100MHz. To run the demo, please save the .zip folder to your desktop and open the Readme PDF for further instructions.
Dancing Can Demo
This Windows-based demo shows one of our "Anni" Flash animations running wrapped around the side of a rotating dancing pop can (3D object) in a 3D virtual world. The user is able to interact with the demo to control the visual effects and camera position. To run the demo, please save the .zip folder to your desktop and open the Readme PDF for further instructions.
This Windows-based demo shows how a WIM module controls and displays the 12 parallel Flash animations representing a Telephone keypad. Each key is its own Flash animation, and when pressed, it is overlaid with a second "fun" Flash animation. The WIM module demonstrates how the same logic that would be implemented in ActionScript, is implemented in a WIM module as part of the C++ application and it controls the Flash animations. Source code for the Windows application and the WIM module are included as PDFs in the folder. To run the demo, please save the .zip folder to your desktop and open the Readme PDF for further instructions.
Anni on the Beach
This demo describes how our VGK platform runs Flash animations within the native environment – outside the sandbox.