Virtual X-Ray Imaging Library on GPU
gVirtualXRay is a C++ library to simulate X-ray imaging. It is based on the Beer-Lambert law to compute the absorption of light (i.e. photons) by 3D objects (here polygon meshes). It is implemented on the graphics processing unit (GPU) using the OpenGL Shading Language (GLSL).
Project to build a six legged robot.
A cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) library for creating games.
The Hardware Assisted Visibility Sorting (HAVS) algorithm is a GPU-based, direct volume renderer for unstructured grids. The algorithm operates in both object- and images-space and includes a sample-based, dynamic level-of-detail algorithm.
MyWorld is an open virtual reality and game engine. It is written and usable in C/C++. It has own abstract layers for Graphics and Physics. Actually we use Irrlicht for 3D-Rendering and GUI, and ODE for Physics. It is smart, powerful and easy to extend.
The project is about porting selected (open source) music-, and audio software to latest compilers and platforms...