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Are there any good 64-bit Inverse Kinematics library to use?

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I try to compile SmartBody to 64bit binary without luck. So I may as well give up.

Are there any other nice 64bit IK libraries on the net that can freely be used?

I am really impressed at SmartBody, except it is too hard to compile it into 64bit binaries.

Also, I know it is very easy to build a 2-arm system,

But I am looking for some natural postures that the agent can take.

Thanks

Jack

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BTW: I am using Visual Studio 2013 Community

 

Currently, I am looking for the pythonlib.
But the overall problem is I don't know how I can compile
the existing projects with makefiles
Like the festival lib, it supplies the makefile
I open up a VC++ x64 native command prompt,
and run
nmake /nologo /FVCMakeFile.
It just returns error code 02
tried on all directories
And there are heaps of libraries to recompile
Some need fix up etc, when I do so, I am afraid I may break the program.
Thanks
Jack

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I have not used a make file yet ( I do have a library that I want to try that uses one ), See if cmake will work for you.

A quick google search yields this MSDN page that is supposed to convert a make file to sln.

 

See this CodeProject article on the matter too.

 

HTH

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