“Molehill” is the code name for a new method/model of 2D and 3D rendering, Stage3D, developed by Adobe and is supported with a new Stage3D API. The Stage3D APIs are a set of low-level GPU-accelerated APIs enabling advanced 2D and 3D capabilities across multiple screens and devices (desktop, mobile and tv) through the Adobe® Flash® Platform runtimes. These new low-level APIs will provide advanced 2D and 3D developers the flexibility to leverage GPU hardware acceleration for significant performance gains. Today, Adobe Flash Player, renders thousands of non z-buffered triangles at approximately 30 Hz. With the new Stage3D APIs, developers can expect hundreds of thousands of z-buffered triangles to be rendered at HD resolution in full screen at around 60 Hz. Using the new Stage3D APIs in Flash Player and Adobe AIR® will make it possible to deliver sophisticated 3D experiences across almost every computer and device connected to the Internet.
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