On Thu, May 04, 2000 at 12:46:53PM +0100, Ciaran Bradley mentioned:
> Dunno anything about OpenGL, sorry, but Vis5d is one of the coolest
> opensource modeling tools around and it has a Tcl scripting interface. It's
> used for modeling fluid dynamics and weather systems.
I was more looking for something that could let me push a few points and
lines (textures would be an unexpected bonus) around, and output a text
file. Hmm. PovRay might hit the spot...though when I looked at it about
five years ago, it was quite complex...
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