3D apps in Python?
Brandon J. Van Every
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Tue Mar 23 03:46:00 CET 2004
Mike C. Fletcher wrote:
> However, these engines (save maybe ZOE, about which I know next to
> nothing) are focused primarily on teaching, rather than game or
> application development. Particularly given your legendarily high
> standards, I think you'll find that none are sufficient for your needs
> wrt building practical 3D apps in Python. The collective wisdom on
> that would seem to be "wrap a C/C++ engine if you need any sort of
> interactive speed on a non-trivial application".
Yes, that is looking like the task before me. I haven't found 3D anything -
app, engine, whatever - that is truly Python-oriented for its development.
Python is viewed by the 3D world as a scripting language, not a development
> If you do find any other engines, consider adding them to the list
> here: http://www.py3d.org/py3d_zwiki/Python3dLinks
> (the formatting is messed up, but the information is often useful).
Thanks for this link. Somehow, I have missed it in all the archive and
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