Shockwave like Flash, displays graphical content on web and allows user interaction. But unlike Flash, Shockwave displays 3d images also. The user interaction involves moving the camera angle and position, zooming, etc. The 3d image is transferred from server to the client. Remaining user interaction actions are executed in the client itself thus increasing speed and efficiency. Shockwave content is created as follows.
3d content is created using any related software. The image is imported into Director for shockwave software, and user interaction features are added. The output file is transmitted from the server.
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