Need to rotate Activity in 3D.

by Androidic » Sat, 12 Feb 2011 06:07:11 GMT


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 Hi Experts, need help to rotate an Activity in 3D not a view or
FlipView only works on the Views but I need to rotate a whole activity
in 3D to display a second activity appearing once the 1st Activity
rotates around z-Axis. I have tried with
overridePendingTransition(R.anim.anim_in, R.anim.anim_out);  but it's
giving me the rotation on the XY plane not the 3D. Please help me out.
Lots of thanks to all of you in Advance.

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Need to rotate Activity in 3D.

by Androidic » Sat, 12 Feb 2011 06:07:28 GMT


 Hi Experts, can please anybody help me rotating an Activity around z-
axis and the first activity will rotate 18 degree and from it's behind
a new activity will appear on the screen. FlipView does not help as I
don't want the transition on views but transitions on Activity. I
tried with overridePendingTransition(R.anim.anim_in, R.anim.anim_out);
which is giving me a 2D rotation on XY plane but I need a 3D rotation
of an Activity around Z-Axis.

Thanks.
Androidic.

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