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ViSTA VR toolkit

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ViSTA is a software platform that allows integration of VR technology and interactive, 3D visualization into technical and scientific applications. ViSTA FlowLib combines rendering techniques for the exploration of unsteady flows in virtual environments.

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    This framework provides phenomenal high performance functionality for VR applications. It is compatible with many different VR-Technologies and supports input devices from keyboard to 3D mouse and more. It even comes with its own XML-Reader (Tiny-XML), supports networking with ZeroMQ and the best part: It is platform independent. Sadly it is documented very poorly, which I did not expect of a framework developed by a technical university. So working with it is tedious. I am currently trying to build VistaFlowLib applications and I lose too much time on reading code, because it is not documented. Even though I understand how most of the framework works after a few weeks, I have the feeling that I cannot use it to its full potential. Disclaimer: A framework can have phenomenal functionality, but it is worthless when nobody knows how to use it properly.

    Posted 08/19/2016
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