wolf at bluehands.de
Thu Aug 26 14:38:09 CDT 2004
This look very cool.
The skeletal animation sounds exactly like something we need in LLuna (http://www.lluna.de/). We are doing chat with avatars on Web pages. LLuna is a Jabber chat client with a "different" user interface. It creates Jabber rooms on the fly for Web pages. User "stand" with their avatars on the Web page and talk in chat bubbles. Most avatars are static. I am searching a skeletal animation code for some time now. If we are allowed to use your code, then I would love to create a skeletal animation plugin for LLuna.
Dr. Klaus H. Wolf
bluehands GmbH & Co.mmunication KG
+49 (0721) 16108 75
Jabber enabled Virtual Presence on the Web: http://www.lluna.de/
Open Source Future History: http://www.galactic-developments.com/
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org]On Behalf
> Of Eric
> Sent: Thursday, August 26, 2004 7:34 PM
> To: jdev at jabber.org
> Subject: [jdev] IMVU
> Hey folks,
> I'm new to the list but am a long-time fan of Jabber. I
> wanted to drop a
> note about a company that I've started which makes an IM
> add-on product
> called IMVU. We provide 3D avatars in a companion window to
> existing IM
> clients. Right now, we work with all of the major
> closed-source clients, as
> well as a few of the multi-protocol clients like Meca and
> Jabber Messenger.
> (win32 only right now, but we hope to do OSX and linux too).
> We're big free software advoctaes. Our 3d animation is done
> by cal3d, a free
> software skeletal animation system. Most of our app is
> written in python. We
> contribute to numerous open source projects, and have started
> a few of our
> own. We even donate some of our profits to groups like the FSF.
> But, I'm very sad to report, we don't yet support any
> open-source IM client.
> I wanted to mention that here because I'd really like to
> support as many
> Jabber clients as possible. Adding integration is very easy -
> for Jabber
> Messenger it was < 50 lines of python. If anyone's
> interested, please feel
> free to drop me a line; I'd be happy to help make it happen.
> And of course, I'd love to your feedback about IMVU if you have a few
> minutes to try it.
> eric at imvu.com
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