Ogre – an open source 3D graphics engine

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Quake 3 levels viewed with Ogre

Ran across a cool, open source 3d graphics engine called
Ogre.
Looks like it’s been around for a while, not sure why I haven’t run across it before.
They’ve adapted bits of it to render files in various game formats like Quake 3 (see above) and Tomb Raider.

You can download
some Win32 demos
to see what the engine is capable of.

Click “More…” to see several more screenshots of various Ogre-powered games and programs.


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terrain.sized.jpg

ed2.sized.jpg

enviro_1.sized.jpg

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June_4_2004c.sized.jpg

June_11_2004i.sized.jpg

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rae

Mac developer

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