[osg-users] Announcing osgWorks and osgBullet

Paul Martz pmartz at skew-matrix.com
Mon Nov 9 12:58:12 PST 2009


Hi all -- I'm pleased to announce two new open source OSG-based 
projects, osgWorks and osgBullet, licensed under LGPL. These are active 
projects with discussion groups, source downloads, wiki, and issue 
tracking. They are actively used by the open source VE-Suite 
application. They were funded by Ames Laboratory and created primarily 
by myself / Skew Matrix Software.


osgWorks is a set of applications and software tools useful to OSG 
software developers. It features a set of command line analysis tools, a 
library with utility functions and NodeVisitors for things like screen 
capture, scene graph comparison, and polygon decimation, and plugins to 
support .OSG and hierarchical structure storage.

For more information on osgWorks and to download the source, visit:
http://osgworks.vesuite.org


osgBullet is a set of software tools for applications that use both OSG 
and the Bullet physics library. It features utilities to create Bullet 
collision shapes from OSG data and vice versa, run the physics 
simulation in a separate host thread, debug utilities to display Bullet 
collision shapes in an OSG scene, support for arbitrary scaling and 
center of mass, and support for COLLADA.

For more information on osgBullet and to download the source, visit:
http://osgbullet.vesuite.org


For questions, please either post here or to the project discussion 
groups hosted on Google Groups.
-- 
Paul Martz
Skew Matrix Software LLC
_http://www.skew-matrix.com_ <http://www.skew-matrix.com/>
+1 303 859 9466



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