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OpenFlipper is an OpenSource multi-platform application and programming framework designed for processing, modeling and rendering of geometric data.  Currently supported platforms are Windows, MacOS X and Linux. Using OpenMesh a variety of file formats are supported ( off, obj, ply, … ).

Additionally OpenFlipper provides a highly flexible interface for creating and testing own geometry processing algorithms. A powerfull scripting language can be used to access all parts of OpenFlipper and modify geometry or the user interface at runtime.

For more information about OpenFlipper and its features take a look at the Introduction page.

Home Page: http://openflipper.org
Language: C++
Platform: Linux, Windows, OS X
License: GPL v3

OpenMesh is a generic and efficient data structure for representing and manipulating polygonal meshes. OpenMesh is developed at the Computer Graphics Group, RWTH Aachen . It is funded by the German Ministry for Research and Education ( BMBF).
It was designed with the following goals in mind :

  1. Flexibility : provide a basis for many different algorithms without the need for adaptation.
  2. Efficiency : maximize time efficiency while keeping memory usage as low as possible.
  3. Ease of use : wrap complex internal structure in an easy-to-use interface.

Home Page: http://openmesh.org
Language: C++
Platform: Linux, Windows, OS X
License: GNU GPL and LGPL