Cpasjuste has posted a video showing the Irrlicht 3D engine running on a dev board! Irrlicht is a fast and extremely flexible graphics engine, allowing for all kinds of 3D applications.
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the engin< is awesome.
Good display, is this ED’s makeshift case?
Please put this in the top so that others can see more info on it
Nice. Nice to see something nice happen this week. Thanks Cpasjuste!
Cool demo. And I just saw on the site that there are already (still in the works, to be honest) Lua / Ruby / Python / etc wrappers for this engine… It would be awesome to be able to code 3D games using a script language as friendly as Lua for our Pandoras, wouldn’t it? 😀
Two thumbs up!
I’ve really seen irrlicht getting alot of use these days. that and ogre3d
Exciting news! 😀
I’ve got to practice my C++ coding some more…
That was extremely impressive. Well done Cpasjuste 🙂 To have an 3D engine of this quality from day 0 is excellent news.
Nice demo , though shame bout the dodgy music!
thanks for the vid! will suck on this until next pandora news 🙂
hope there’ll be ogre3d eventually aswell 😀
I didn’t see the video yet (my internet is a bit slow at the moment) but I’m glad they are getting this engine up and running on the Pandora, Hopefully, When I dig some more into this engine I will be able to make a game with it! Thank you Cpasjuste!
Wow! I guess I just became a Open Pandora developer. Can’t wait to get my unit now.
Someone needs to invest $10 in a cheap tripod and pre-focus his image. the blur and the shaky-cam make it hard to really tell the quality of the run.
The Lucite mount for the dev-board and screen is kinda cool though.
Yeah in fact i’m using the iphone to make videos
It would be better to invest much more to offer me a great camcorder 😀
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I liked the music. What exactly constitutes dodgy?
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