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Polished Model Viewer

Post icon  Posted 05 May 2013 - 01:15 AM

I made this 3d model viewer almost out of necessity, because ShaderDesigner and RenderMonkey weren't fulfilling my needs. I hope you all enjoy it.

Features:
(i)Free-flying camera (WASD controls)
(ii)Rotating Light
(iii)GLSL(Vertex and Fragment) shading
(iv)Grid-style environment
(v)720x480 resolution
(vi)Scale and rotate model
(vii)Custom, hand-written GUI
(viii)Import models(.3DS) (*Only use .3DS files exported through 3ds Max)
(ix)Lightweight


Restrictions:
(i)No textures
(ii)No more than 1 light supported
(iii)Only static models
(iv)Must hardcode light and material values in shader




Can be downloaded off my website-> PMV.zip *Also, I wrote example shaders and model so you may test for yourself

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Re: Polished Model Viewer

Posted 05 May 2013 - 09:17 AM

Nifty! Not my choices on the UI, but if it works for you then awesome! :D
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Re: Polished Model Viewer

Posted 05 May 2013 - 12:08 PM

Thanks! :) I agree, the UI could do a lot of work, but I wanted to make as much of the program from scratch.

I ended up writing everything except the .3ds loader, .bmp loader and font loader.

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