[Catalog-sig] Graphics toolkits

Ron Fritz ron at techsoftamerica.com
Tue Oct 21 17:56:56 EDT 2003

Thanks. Good point about the Linux plug-in. As a tools provider we
decided we couldn't build any and all type of sample applications, so we
made a free viewer available on Linux that accomplishes the same thing.
It's built using HOOPS and Qt for the UI:

Thanks again.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mark W. Alexander [mailto:slash at dotnetslash.net] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2003 2:55 PM
To: Ron Fritz
Cc: catalog-sig at python.org
Subject: Re: [Catalog-sig] Graphics toolkits

http://www.freshmeat.net and http://www.vex.net/parnassus/

p.s. You need a Linux hsf browser plugin if you want to entice Linux
developers. I can't view your demos, so why should I care about your
product? (Not trying to be rude, just presenting a pragmatic issue.)

Mark W. Alexander
slash at dotnetslash.net

On Tue, 21 Oct 2003, Ron Fritz wrote:

> We develop a graphics development toolkit called the HOOPS 3D 
> Application Framework which has a Python interface. I'm interested in 
> the input of folks in this group as to how we would best get the word 
> to the Python development community that this interface exists to a 
> high-level graphics toolkit like HOOPS. In fact, they will be 
> interested to also know that we have a free version of HOOPS for Linux

> which anyone can download from www.hoops3d.com and use.
> I don't want this to be an ad, so I won't say more about HOOPS here - 
> but any advice you can give about getting the word out to the Python 
> community would be appreciated.
> Thanks,
> Ron Fritz
> Ron Fritz
> Tech Soft America
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