Open Source Solid Modeling CAD
BRL-CAD is a powerful cross-platform constructive solid geometry solid modeling system that includes an interactive geometry editor, ray-tracing for rendering & geometric analyses, network distributed framebuffer support, image & signal-processing tools.
FreeWRL is an Open Source, cross platform VRML2 and X3D compliant browser, with script, SAI and EAI support. Platforms supported: Linux and other Unix-style platforms; Mac OS/X; Windows. Support for mobile platforms (iOS, Android, QNX) is under development.
GtkGLExt is an OpenGL extension to GTK+. It provides additional GDK objects which support OpenGL rendering in GTK+, and GtkWidget API add-ons to make GTK+ widgets OpenGL-capable.
Pixie is a photorealistic renderer that uses a RenderMan-like interface. Features include programmable shading, motion blur, depth of field, raytracing, scan-line rendering, occlusion culling, global illumination, caustics ...
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an interactive 3D viewing program
Geomview is an interactive 3D viewing program for Unix. Geomview lets you view and manipulate three- and higher-dimensional objects, and can also be used as a display engine by other programs to animate objects. Geomview supports OpenGL and uses a Motif X interface.
Tools to process and visualize scientific data and images
Teem is a set of ANSI C libraries for manipulation, measurement, and visualization of structured scientific data. Includes N-dimensional image I/O and processing, volume rendering, diffusion tensor processing, ray tracing, PostScript rendering, and more.
free implementation of the OpenGL Character Renderer
QuesoGLC is a free implementation of the OpenGL Character Renderer. QuesoGLC is based on the FreeType library, provides Unicode support, and is designed to be easily ported to any platform that supports both FreeType and the OpenGL API.
PHIGS (Programmer's Hierarchical Interactive Graphics System)
PHIGS is an API standard for rendering 3D computer graphics. During the 1990's OpenGL became a more popular 3D API for professionals, and it still is today. PHIGS remains to be widely used in the film industry. Open PHIGS uses OpenGL for rendering graphics rather than implementing it's own abstraction layer to the graphics hardware, or using the PHIGS Extension to X (PEX). The reason for doing so is that today every graphics card manufacturer provides their own OpenGL implementation, which takes full advantage of the accelerated drawing capabilities in the hardware. PHIGS is a higher level API than OpenGL that works with a hierarchical scene graph. Models are built up in a Centralized Structure Store (CSS), a database containing the drawing primitives and their attributes (color, line style, etc.). CSSes cand be shared among a number of views, known under PHIGS as a workstation. PHIGS is defined by the ISO standards ISO/IEC 9592 & 9593. Open PHIGS provides a library for C.
This library is meant for high performance calculations for science or 3D games/rasterizers using SIMD instructions of x86 processors to allow an unparalleled level of optimization. This takes advantage of MMX, 3DNow!, 3DNow!+/MMX+, & SSE/SSE2/SSE3/SSSE3
2D/3D Scene Graph rendering engine for Linux/Unix/Win32 layered atop OpenGL. Supports stereoscopy, volume rendering, 2D/3D texture mapping, picking, LOD and view-dependent operations, cross-platform text, constant-rate rendering and image-based data.
VRML2.0/97 and VRML1 viewer for the UNIX/Linux plattform
Calculation of radiation view factors by adaptive integration. A cross-platform port of the public-domain code by George Walton.
The Scientific Visualization Artist Tools (SVAT) include converters from the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) to RenderMan Interface Bytestream (RIB) (ASCII and binary files supported), Blender to RenderMan, compilable RenderMan shaders and other utilities.
CsoundAV, a realtime-oriented version of Csound with animated graphics support
Open Source Remote Sensing OSSIM project, pronounced "awesome", will leverage existing algorithms/tools/packages from the open source community in construction of the ultimate Remote Sensing/Image Processing/GIS package. osgPlanet extends OSSIM and Op
Quake 3 Movie Maker's Edition is a special version of Quake 3 engine that aids the creation of game movies, making it possible to simplify required tasks and adds new features to the engine that are related to the movie making.
Use map data to plan hikes or explore new areas. Includes 3D maps of terrain rendered in real-time; trace trails across the terrain and get height verses distance profiles; tile together adjacent maps to create seamless map areas. Reads USGS SDTS files.
VisualCube is a volumetric display out of 6*6*6 voxels, where each voxel get's represented by a 2-color LED. This project includes a bunch of tools used to control this peace of hardware, by taking advantage of the VisualCube library.
This is project is created to perform boolean operation using DirectX 9.0 with .NET 2.0 and other supported dlls. This is not a final build as i am working on the same. -- The suggestions are always welcome. Thank You.
A library for 3D engines, providing auxiliary functions to help loading/writing models and other types of files related to 3D.
The 3ds to java converter is a 3ds loader for java3d. It uses the C-library lib3ds to convert files into a format that can easily be read into java, solving many of the bugs other 3ds loaders for java3d have.
Bad Camel Gaming is a collection of arcade games build on the Oasis Framework, the Bad Camel Gaming game framework.
the Balls Graphics Library aims to provide all the tools you need to develop artificial worlds, including a script-driven 3D modeler, OpenGL-based renderer, physical simulation engine, and realistic image synthesizer.