[Baypiggies] 3-D graphics?

Stephen McInerney spmcinerney at hotmail.com
Tue Nov 14 02:52:47 CET 2006

Visual Python handles the geometry, rendering, lighting and camera
- all you need to do is instantiate a few primitives. Very fast learn curve.
Has inbuilt (Gtk-based?) renderer.
vypthon.org (no leading "www.")
Supports all platforms.

Power users might use VTK 5.0 or wxPython 2.6.x instead.

(For Windows only), - Enthought Python ("Enthon") supplies a 
distribution of Python including SciPy, Scientific,NumPy, VTK 5.0, wxPython 
2.6.x + more


>From: Marilyn Davis <marilyn at deliberate.com>
>To: baypiggies at python.org
>Subject: [Baypiggies] 3-D graphics?
>Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 17:12:14 -0800
>Hi Fellow Python Enthusiasts,
>I want to make a simple 3-D image, just some donuts and pyramids linked up 
>and arranged here and there, sort of.
>There seems to be a lot of graphics packages.  Does anyone have any 
>recommendations?  I don't need animation, just a projection of some simple 
>stuff that's arranged in 3 dimensions.  And linux is my preferred os, 
>although I can drag myself around on a windows box if the best tool only 
>exists there.
>Any help would be very much appreciated.
>Marilyn Davis
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>Baypiggies at python.org

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