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GINO

by Bradly Associates

General Purpose drawing and rendering in 2D and 3D.

GINO is an extensive library of software routines for developing high-end interactive graphics applications. It is used in industries as varied as aerospace, defence, education, research, oil, gas and water and its applications include CAD/CAM, statistical analysis, architectural design and presentation graphics.

Over 450 routines are available which can be incorporated into the users coding providing fast and efficient graphical interaction.

Highlights:

  • Available for Fortran, C/C++, Delphi, VB and .NET
  • Create simple line drawings or complex visualizations
  • Very easy to use
  • Fully integrated with the other GINO products
  • Extensive printed and on-line documentation

Features:

  • line, arc and curve drawing
  • polygonal masking and windowing
  • simple and complex polygon filling
  • image handling
  • interactive control
  • viewports
  • hardware/software segment structures
  • OpenGL lighting and shading
  • Materials, fog and texture mapping
  • 3D facets, surfaces and objects
  • transformations and viewing
  • high quality polygonal-filled fonts
  • Over 25 software fonts plus access to hardware fonts
  • Use of internal device drivers or hardware (Windows) drivers
  • metafile output: jpeg, cgm, png, Postscript, wmf, bmp


GINO can be used for anything from simple line drawing
to fully textured 3D visualization


Use of the new fog feature assists depth-cueing in complex 3D scenes
GINO enables the creation of photo-realistic scenes using features such as fog (above), which assists with depth cueing in 3D scenes.

GINO is available for the following systems:

Win 9x/NT/2000/XP
Absoft Pro Lahey LF90/95 Compaq Visual Fortran
Intel Visual Fortran Salford FTN95



Visual C/C++ Borland C Absoft C



Delphi Visual Basic



VB.NET C#.NET C++.NET
J#.NET Salford FTN95 .NET Lahey LF.NET
Linux
Absoft Pro GNU g77 GNU cc
Intel Lahey LF95 PGI

X-Workstations
Compaq Alpha (OpenVMS)
HP (HP-UX)
Digital VAX (OpenVMS)
IBM RS/6000 (AIX)
Silicon Graphics (IRIX)
Sun Sparc (Solaris)


2004, Aertia, S.L.