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#ActualCuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:46 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications to learn from, support for many 3d formats. Also PhysX and PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow.

The important thing is this feels like a tool that's intuitive to me, that I could use to crank out a prototype in a short timeframe, but with enough depth that I could mold that into something unique and meaningful. I would recommend checking this out to other programmers. It may be intimidating for non-programmers.

#5CuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications to learn from, and support for many 3d formats. I'm also excited by PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow.

The important thing is this feels like a tool that's intuitive to me, that I could use to crank out a prototype in a short timeframe, but with enough depth that I could mold that into something unique and meaningful. I would recommend checking this out to other programmers. It may be intimidating for non-programmers.

#4CuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:45 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications to learn from, and support for many 3d formats. I'm also excited by PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow.

The important thing is this feels like a tool that's intuitive to me, that I could use to crank out a prototype in a short timeframe, but with enough depth that I could mold that into something unique and meaningful. I would recommend checking this out to other programmers. Not so much for non-programmers.

#3CuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:44 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications to learn from, and support for many 3d formats. I'm also excited by PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow.

The important thing is this feels like a tool that's intuitive to me that I could use to crank out a prototype in a short timeframe, but with enough depth that I could mold that into something unique and meaningful.

#2CuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:42 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications to learn from, and support for many 3d formats. I'm also excited by PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow!

#1CuriosityKills

Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:42 AM

I just completed the Panda3D tutorial. I like it! Options for Python (higher-level) and C++ (lower-level), support for both PC and Mac, some commercial successes, quite a few sample applications, and support for many 3d formats. I'm also excited by PandAI! Thanks for the pointer. :)

I do see the user community and documentation are smaller, but no engine provides everything a project needs wrapped up with a pretty bow!

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