This article describes scripting research in July 2017.
Our first goal of using a scripting language was to have a platform-independent code that runs unchanged on every supported platform.
OGS Editor 0.10 supports Python for such a code thanks to SWIG. SWIG provides a way to wrap almost any …
OpenSceneGraph cross-platform guide
This article summarizes the work we did to produce OpenSceneGraph cross-platform guide.
June marked the finish of OpenSceneGraph cross-platform guide with the publishing of the last (initially planned) tutorial. The tutorial describes how to build and run sample OpenSceneGraph application in Web using Emscripten.
In case you missed it, here's …
This article describes problems we faced during the creation of iOS tutorial in May 2017.
This February we managed to get simple model rendered under iOS in just a few days. We expected to finish iOS tutorial in no time. However, the reality reminded us: it's easy to come up …
This article describes creation of the tutorials for building sample OpenSceneGraph application under Linux, macOS, Windows, and Android in April 2017.
Previous tutorials described how to install OpenSceneGraph under Linux, macOS, Windows and render a model using the standard osgviewer tool. This time we worked on a sample OpenSceneGraph application …
It's all fine
This article describes creation of the first four OpenSceneGraph tutorials in March 2017.
The first four OpenSceneGraph tutorials explain how to create a cube model with Blender and display the model under Linux, macOS, or Windows using OpenSceneGraph tool called osgviewer.
The whole process of creating a single tutorial turned …
In this article we describe our progress in January and February of 2017: rendering under iOS/Web and a new tutorial tool.
Rendering under iOS/Web
To our surprise, we got a simple red cube rendered under iOS and Web pretty fast: in early February. However, this is only the …
The year of challenges
This article describes our plans for 2017.
Our past plans suggested we would have Android platform support by this time. However, we have a long way to go, before we can declare Android support. See for yourself:
Some people would consider this a failure. We don't. We see a chance …
Okay. It's been a hard year for everyone in the team. And it's almost over. Praise it ends! Praise the new one!
It may seem, that our progress stalled. Three years ago we announced the beginning of a new project (two to be precise), and now we still working on …
November 2016 recap
This article describes the start of MJIN library separation into modules.
Once we built OpenSceneGraph for Android, it became obvious that some MJIN functionality is not suitable for Android. For example, UIQt provides a basis for OGS Editor UI. Since OGS Editor is a desktop application, we don't need UIQt …
October 2016 recap
This article describes how we spent a month building OpenSceneGraph (OSG) for Android: the first attempt to build OSG, the search for OSG alternatives, and the success in building OSG.
First attempt to build OSG.
Having no prior knowledge of Android development, we grabbed the latest Android Studio and started …