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2D vector animation API (Python) with: - Tweening and keyframes - using simple strings for frames. - Containment of things within things. - Path following. - Clipping. - Hit detection (buttons etc.) - Use of Inkscape SVG as a "distributed" IDE -- design all graphics in Inkscape and ... [More]
The Rogue-Opcode game framework is a simple, cross-platform game development library written in C++. It is developed as an academic research project, investigating novel applications of established adaptive computational intelligence methods to game design, suitable for commercial titles. The effort ... [More]
AboutThe http://www.vectomatic.org website is about 2D graphics in web browsers. The goal is to experiment, provide libraries and tools, associate technologies in innovative ways, discuss about all of the above. The main audience is web developers, though casual web users may find some of projects ... [More]
Tupi: Open 2D Magic "Tupi is: A fork of the KTooN project A design and authoring tool for digital artists interested in 2D Animation, offering an interface experience focused on 8-100 years old kids A software application developed in C++ using the Qt library A free software project under ... [More]
Akruti in Sanskrit means "form" We had started this project a few years back and now want to place this in under an open-source license. The project was done under VC++ but will now be under a more open-source or free compiler so many can participate. We are toying with either the ... [More]
PyOpenVG provides bindings for the OpenVG 2D vector graphics api (http://www.khronos.org/openvg/) with some syntactic sugar. Currently, only the ShivaVG implementation of OpenVG is supported, but PyOpenVG could trivially be adapted to work with others. New Sphinx docs (work in progress) can be ... [More]
LineTracer is a graphical application for vectorizing and tidying up scanned line-art sketches and drawings. It is primarily meant to to help illustrators and animators.
Project Aim: Allow users to utilize cross browser vector graphics from a single API with disregard for the implementing technology (VML, SVG).