[ODE] graphics front end
rick.seeger at gmail.com
Tue Oct 31 09:15:18 MST 2006
Thanks for all your excellent suggestions. I will check these out.
99.9% of the time I run ODE with no graphics, but occasionally we need
to create demo videos of our work, in which case I'm willing to trade
speed for graphics quality. All I really need in addition to the
existing drawstuff is a solid trimesh (hidden surface determination)
with perhaps some shading. Standing on a fractal landscape with a
transparent trimesh confusing to the eye. Currently, I'm leaning
On 10/31/06, STenyaK (Bruno Gonzalez) <stenyak at gmx.net> wrote:
> In my opinion there's no need for flashy graphics in ODE tests... what do
> we want? Isn't the only purpose to simply view physics?
> In that case Ogre and similar libs look overkill... too many dependencies
> for a simple physics show IMHO.
> Can't we just extend drawstuff so that vertex arrays are used? Appart from
> that, what else needs improvement?
> On Mon, 30 Oct 2006 16:58:28 +0100, Rick Seeger <rick.seeger at gmail.com>
> > Hi,
> > Apologies in advance if this is being posted to the wrong list. I've
> > been using ODE with the drawstuff library for a long time now, and I'm
> > thinking its about time to use a more flashy display lib. Anyone have
> > any suggestions?
> > Cheers,
> > Rick
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