Indigo Renderer Opensource Projects

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Indigo Renderer Opensource Projects

Post by benn » Thu May 27, 2010 5:04 pm

We're working on opensourcing the non-core parts of our business - we'll do a proper announcement later when we have more done - but for now - you can access the newly relicenced Indigo Scene Format Technical Reference at github.com:

http://indigorenderer.github.com/

The source code to this page is available at:

http://github.com/indigorenderer/indigo ... github.com

Feel free to clone the repository, so you can host it locally, fix typos, incorporate it into your own work, or send us pull requests.

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Re: Indigo Renderer Opensource Projects

Post by rendigo » Sat May 29, 2010 10:39 am

Yes, that's the way to go! I really appreciate you efforts to release this kind of information/documentation. Everyone interested in writing converters, creating interfaces etc. will benefit. And so Indigo Renderer will benefit too.
benn wrote:We're working on opensourcing the non-core parts of our business - we'll do a proper announcement later when we have more done - but for now - you can access the newly relicenced Indigo Scene Format Technical Reference at github.com:

http://indigorenderer.github.com/

The source code to this page is available at:

http://github.com/indigorenderer/indigo ... github.com

Feel free to clone the repository, so you can host it locally, fix typos, incorporate it into your own work, or send us pull requests.

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Re: Indigo Renderer Opensource Projects

Post by benn » Sat May 29, 2010 12:16 pm

Thanks rendigo.

We have a bunch more code to release as well - Nick is the author of a number of clever project like sleepy (a profiler) and some more. I'd also like to release a sample ISL implementation so that other physically based renderers can use it - although I can't promise anything.

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