Visualization Library is a C middleware for high-performance 2D and 3D graphics applications based on the industry standard OpenGL 2.1, designed to develop portable applications for the Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems.
The www.povray.org site is now back in read-write mode. User logins should work, however please note the forums are still offline.
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We’d like to give a massive THANKS! to Netplex for going above and beyond in getting us back up on new hardware.
Our server recently experienced a catastrophic hardware failure, resulting in the need for a replacement and recovery from backup. Dual boot hackintosh catalina and windows 10.
No data has been lost but as the new system uses a newer version of PHP and MySQL, plus has other related changes, the restoration will be done in steps. Currently the site is running in read-only mode without a database. We will restore services as soon as we can.
Macos sierra vmdk download. Please note this also affects other sites hosted here such as news.povray.org and irtc.org. We will bring them back up once the main site is back to normal.
Next Os Update
The Blender to Persistence of Vision add-on’s next release is slated for August 2nd 2020. See also: next day live Q&A session
The folks at the open-source white_dune 3d editor project let us know that they’ve added POV-Ray export capability. Neat! It looks like a useful tool, definitely worth checking out.
Next Os X Update
You can find their github repo here or if you prefer you can go straight to their project website for downloads.
Eric Haines dropped us a line to let us know that there is still time to submit papers to Ray Tracing Gems .. .. [read more]
POV-Ray 3.7.1 has officially entered public beta testing phase. .. [read more]
Converting POV-Ray scenes into 3D-printable STL meshes
Former POV-Ray developer and team coordinator Chris Young has released a tool for converting POV-Ray scenes into STL meshes for 3D printing .. [read more]
It was ‘back in 1986 or so’ that David K. Buck started work on DKBTrace, and it was in July 1991 that the first version of its successor project saw the light of day. What was then called STAR-Light, and later renamed to PV-Ray and ultimately POV-Ray, has therefore been on this planet for a whopping 9,190 (or 11,000) revolutions by now (plus another guesstimated 150 above it). Of course we faithfully continue our effort to keep it that way, and although this website has been rather silent since the official release of POV-Ray 3.7.0 in November 2013, that’s only because work has been proceeding elsewhere:
- Ever since the 3.7.0 release, development has been revolving around or GitHub repository.
- Pre-release builds are also published there, on a semi-irregular basis, in the releases section.
- The most up-to-date documentation is being maintained on our Wiki.
The only odd one out is probably the interaction with our user base, which faithfully continues to revolve around our newsgroups at news.povray.org (also accessible via our web interface).
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