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v3.3.4 a C file & a header (add them to your C or C++ project) with 8 dialog functions: - beep - notify popup - message & question - input & password - save file - open file(s) - select folder - color picker complements OpenGL Vulkan GLFW GLUT GLUI VTK SFML TGUI SDL Ogre Unity3d ION OpenCV CEGUI MathGL GLM CPW GLOW IMGUI MyGUI GLT NGL STB & GUI less programs NO INIT NO MAIN LOOP NO LINKING NO INCLUDE the dialogs can be forced into console mode windows (XP to 10) ASCII MBCS UTF-8 UTF-16 - native code creates the graphic dialogs - enhanced console mode via dialog.exe - basic console input osx / unix (command line calls) ASCII UTF-8 - applescript, kdialog, zenity - python + tkinter + dbus - dialog (opens a console if needed) - basic console input C89 & C++98 compliant VisualStudio MinGW-gcc GCC Clang TinyCC OpenWatcom-v2 BorlandC SunCC ZapCC on Windows Mac Linux Bsd Solaris Minix Raspbian click the tab 'Files' for prototypes, help, hello_world
A virtual planetarium for observers of the real sky.
Aciqra is a virtual planetarium and sky mapping program which tracks celestial bodies including planets, deep sky objects and stars to an accuracy of a fraction of a degree for thousands of years into both the future and the past. It includes the 2.5 million stars of the Tycho-2 catalog supplemented by data of 120,000 stars from the Hipparcos catalog, 13,000 deep space objects from the NGC and IC catalogs and a large number of asteroids and comets from the Minor Planet Center. The program is platform-independent and can be made to work on most modern computers that support OpenGL.
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 mARbleMaze is an augmented reality minigame where the user uses a printed marker and his webcam to solve marble maze levels. Levels involve special fields like invisible walls and holes.