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lmesh is a 3D render implemented local illumination such as Gouraud and Phong. Currently it is written by C++ and does not depend on the GPU instructions or any exsiting 3D libraries. It plans to achieve more realistic effects in the future14 weekly downloads
Simple mesh/scene viewer written on Ogre3D engine capable of showing anaglyph picture.10 weekly downloads
3D OpenGL aquarium developed with an academic purpose
J2RGF is a Java Framework for managing graphical objects. It contains different rendering options and viewing abilities (stretch or zoomable/movable view). All objects are placed in a raster for easy rendering and positioning.
Milhama is a RTS / FPS / RPG game under development by Evolve Gaming group. Evolve is a group of current and alumni students at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC).
A 3D simulator to render 360 degrees omnidirectional images from a moving viewpoint (robot) in a dynamic environment. OmniBot provides a testbed for experiments with autonomous visual guidance and comparisons against the ground truth. It uses povray.
Quelle3D is project based at the departement Digital Arts and Entertainment of the Hogeschool van Westvlaanderen/PIH, Belgium. Check the documentation for a full description of the project
Rage stands for Really Amateurish Graphics Engine. It is designed for use with multiple rendering windows such as in a Win32 MDI application. Inspired by OGRE, RAGE shares some semantics, although uses none of the code. Will help OGRE experienced users.
A Verilog design for a simple ASIC that executes the Ray Tracing Algorithm.
XGL Viewer: A simple fast program to load the XGL standard file format and display it using JOGL (OpenGL) allowing the user to move the object around in space, rotate, zoom, spin, ect... This loader should be easily integrated into any program.
A set of computational chemistry modules and programs to perform ab initio calculations of various properties of small molecules. The system will use GRID technology for large computations. The system will use C++ and Qt, running on Win32 and Linux