David Keeney (http://pitchersduel.iuplog.com) will be giving a talk about SPyRE at Drexel University in Philadelphia on Tuesday January 31st.
From his blog:
"The date and time: January 31, 2006 7:00 PM
I expect the talk to run an hour to 90 minutes, depending on how much fun it turns out to be.
""" We have Hill Seminar Room (Lebow 240) at Drexel on Tuesday evening 31 Jan. This is in the Lebow Engineering building at the corner of 31st and Market (where the freight railroad overpass is). Roughly, go into the building, go to the second floor, and try to get as close as you can to the corner of 31st and Market. """
SPyRE is a Simple Pythonic Rendering Engine for OpenGL 3d graphics. I will be discussing primarily OpenGL/PyOpenGL, with some discussion and examples using SPyRE, and talking about those aspects of PyGame which are useful with OpenGL graphical programs. I hope to keep it informative to people with little or no experience in PyGame or PyOpenGL.
Hopefully, we will spend a little time as well discussing various plans and prospects for Philadelphia's PUG. This is only the second meeting, so lots of things are undecided with respect to group goals and purpose."