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10.06.09 - New inVRs version 1.0alpha3 released

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

  • Support for avatar library Avatara
  • Support for CAVE Scene Manager
  • Support for trackD devices
  • New class OpenSGApplicationBase for simplified application development

05.06.09 - The Avatara package has been added for download

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

With Avatara it is possible to use fully articulated avatars in your inVRs, OpenSG or OpenGL applications. Thanks to Helmut and Martin Garstenauer for their code contribution and the initial Blender export as well as Marlene Hochrieser for the export support for 3D Studio Max and Maya.

26.05.09 - inVRs Logo

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

inVRs finally has a logo :) thanks a lot to Alexander Wilhelm of The Visioneers

18.05.09 - Official inVRs web page up and running

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

Finally the first inVRs webpage is up and running.

22.04.09 - 26.04.09 - Space Trash at Laval Virtual

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

The Space Trash application, which has been developed with inVRs is presented at the Laval Virtual Exhibition in Laval, France.

10.04.09 - New version 1.0alpha2 released

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

  • improved build-system for better Windows and Mac OS X support
  • updated installation instructions
  • Medieval Town tutorial included in inVRs-package (see Tutorial 1 - Medieval Town)

26.03.09 - MacOSX Version Release

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

The new inVRs version supports MacOS X.

15.03.09 - inVRs Tutorial at IEEE VR 2009

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

All relevant course material, besides the actual framework can be found here (Tutorial 1 - Medieval Town). For installing inVRs please have a look at the preliminary distribution and the installation instructions which can be found at the inVRs Installation Instructions.

27.02.09 - inVRs Tutorial at the LRZ

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

The presented course material can be found here (Tutorial 1 - Medieval Town). Additional slides will be provided online soon.

06.02.09 - Code Cleanup at GUP, T627, JKU, Linz, Austria

Added by Christoph Anthes over 7 years ago

To finally release the source of the framework the code contributions have been cleaned up and reformatted by Philipp Aumayr, Clemens Birklbauer, Roland Hackl, Marlene Hochrieser, Roland Hopferwieser, Roland Landertshamer, Marina Lenger and Johannes Zarl. Thanks for all your work !!!

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