Papervision at the Blender Conference

  • Posted on: 29 October 2008
  • By: Jacob

There is an interesting talk on Papervision at the Blender conference:

http://river-valley.tv/conferences/blender_conference_2008/

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This is a nifty little application which is written in the Processing language, which allows you to draw stick figures and export them to Blender for animation. 

If you haven't heard of Processing, it's an open source programming language and environment for people who want to program images, animation, and interactions. You can check it out at: http://processing.org/ 

Processing.org is really good and useful for learning programming language. This is my first time to know the site. I have seen many good stuffs.

Processing is pretty decent for an open source. I might go for other options, but seem to be stuck to this one.

Blender+Papervision, Bringing real 3D into the web

It's too easy really.One line of code and you are done.I know they have strayed a bit from the pure code that is papervision,but i decided i might as well implement one in papervision since it did look pretty cool.

Processing.org is really good and useful for learning programming language. This is my first time to know the site. I have seen many good stuffs. Processing.org

One line of code and you are done.I know they have strayed a bit from the pure code that is papervision,but i decided i might as well implement one in papervision since it did look pretty cool.