[Bf-committers] Blender online
sergey.forum at gmail.com
Fri Apr 26 17:35:08 CEST 2013
>Maybe it's a better idea to create a simple online modeller, so people
could create a sketch and then export it to .blend format?
then take a look at this approach
https://github.com/kripken/emscripten see some results
cannot say, how much of Blender would compile to run this way, but as 1 mln
lines of C/C++ code was converted to run in browser, I think, it is
possible to convert blender ( not sure on dependencies and python though ),
On Fri, Apr 26, 2013 at 7:16 PM, Moisés Bonilla <neodivert at gmail.com> wrote:
> Wow, this grows fast.
> Some conclusions I reached until now:
> * Better to take it as a concept project, instead of one for production
> * Work "only" on a subset of operations. Indeed, from the beginning, I was
> thinking only about 3D modelling. I forgot to mention that, sorry.
> * Patrick Shirkey could be a great ally or a fierce competitor ;-)
> Maybe it's a better idea to create a simple online modeller, so people
> could create a sketch and then export it to .blend format?
> Patrick Shirkey, so you would like to extend Jack (which is for audio) to
> 3D animation, profitting its basic
> session API and network functionality, ins't it? In that case, yeah, there
> is a common ground.
> Howard Trickey, indeed, when I first tried to describe the idea to a
> friend, I said "It would be something like Google Docs, but with 3D
> graphics" :P
> Thanks for the help, and sorry if i didn't answer to all of you!.
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