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3d modelling library

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Pyglet Helper

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The goal of this project is to make pyglet_ usable to people with no OpenGL experience by
reproducing the functionality of VPython_ for drawing geometric primitives.

.. _pyglet:
.. _VPython:


To Install this project, either pull it from the PyPI:
pip install -i PygletHelper

or clone it and build from source:
git clone
cd pyglet_helper
python install

The following example will show how to create a window with a sphere:

.. image:: doc/examples/sphere.png

First, create a pyglet window to draw the shapes to:
from pyglet.window import Window
window = Window()

Then, create a pyglet_helper view:
from pyglet_helper.objects.renderable import View
scene = View()

Create a gl light:
_light = Light()

Geometric objects can be added to scene. For example, to define a red sphere in the center of the view:
from pyglet_helper.util import color
_ball = Sphere(pos=(1, 1, 0), radius=0.5,

Finally, render the object, and run the pyglet window:


The documentation is available on my `github page`_.

.. _github page:

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