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Blender is a 3D animation and compositing suite with tools for modeling (advanced subdivision modeling, multiresolution sculpting), uv unwrapping, texturing (procedural node, 2D and 3D painting), animation, rendering, particles and simulation (including fluid dynamics, hard body physics, cloth and ... [More]
Celestia is an OpenGL-based 3D space simulation for Unix and Win32 that lets you travel through the solar system, to the stars, and even beyond the galaxy. Visit over 100,000 stars, 100 solar system bodies, and all known extrasolar planets.
Building blocks for computational design (Java & Processing) This is a growing selection of useful classes created for mostly computational design projects, but which might be helpful for others too. After 3 years of ongoing development the collection consists of: * 130+ classes * 18 ... [More]
Extensible framework for explicit dynamic particle models (discrete element model, lattice model), primarily targeted at material research (civil engineering materials such as concrete, geomechanics).
ODE is an open source, high performance library for simulating rigid body dynamics. It is fully featured, stable, mature and platform independent with an easy to use C/C++ API. It has advanced joint types and integrated collision detection with friction. ODE is useful for simulating vehicles ... [More]
jME Physics System provides an interface between jME (jMonkey Engine) and physics engines (currently ODE [Open Dynamics Engine], JOODE and PhysX).
Python-Ogre is a high-performance, full-featured Python interface to the Ogre3D graphics library. Python-Ogre currently supports all the functionality of Ogre 1.4, as well as wrappers for over 30 individual libraries: * Bullet, NxOgre (PhysX), ODE, and Newton physics * 4 GUIs, I/O, sound, and a ... [More]
Rigs of Rods (also known as RoR), is a truck, car, airplane and boat simulator. You can drive, fly or sail in total freedom in an open environment. What makes RoR different to most simulators is its unique soft-body physics.
VDrift is a cross-platform, open source driving simulation made with drift racing in mind. The driving physics engine was recently re-written from scratch but was inspired and owes much to the Vamos physics engine. It is released under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2. It is currently available for Linux, FreeBSD, Mac OS X and Windows.