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Luke Miklos

Open Scene Graph &/or GLGooey

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anybody used open scene graph (OSG) &/or glGooey ? I'm interested in open scene graph for high level organization of my projects... & I'm VERY INTERESTED in glGooey because it has some great stuff (from the pics) written, I just can't get it to compile with visual studio 6.0 (with sp5). I installed visual studio 7.0 today... & am going to give it another run... cus I would really like to use glGooey... anybody have some source they wanna share or project files already set up so I don't have to spend hours hacking at it ??? glGooey screenshots open scene graph [edited by - Luke Miklos on June 3, 2004 1:26:52 AM]

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I''m really suprised nobody has responded & told me they have used open scene graph, maybe it sucks... dang.

GlGooey? nobody? *sigh....

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We actually use OSG and GLGooey together and it works great.

There has already been work integrating GLGooey into OSG (osgGooey), which can be found here:


For questions related to OSG, you may want to ask on the osg-user mailing list here:


The archives from the mailing list can be found here:


Good Luck

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