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Dex3D is a rare example of clear, pristine matrix algebra applied directly to visual 3D arrays. It is written in Microsoft Visual Basic® 6.0, a programming environment distributed by Microsoft prior to .Net.


The 3D code library of functions are matrix algebra transforms as graphical rendering functions are directly represented in efficient arrays. A complete project compiles, error free, creating a Windows executable. The Dex3D project has zero dependencies on other registered components, save the run-time environment for VB 6 is supported or installed on the run-time Windows system.


The code is open-source.



Sources

Science2 Library

Dex3D source code: Windows Visual Basic 6.0 (VB6)
CodeGuru.com: 2014_dex3d_src.zip (35.5 KB)
URL: http://groupkos.com/science2/library/software/Dex3D/src/codeguru.com.2014_dex3d_src.zip
Bertolami.com (Jerry J. Chen) dex3d.zip (66.8 KB)
URL: http://groupkos.com/science2/library/software/Dex3D/src/bertolami.com.dex3d.zip

Bertolami.com

by OnlyUser at hotmail dot com (Jerry J. Chen, Ph.D)
Dex3D Overview and features
URL: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/index.htm
Part I Intro & TOC: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/index.htm
Part II Render Modes: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/dex3d-2.htm
PART III Shading Styles: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/dex3d-3.htm
Part IV Platonic Polygons: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/dex3d-4.htm
Part V Special Polygons: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/dex3d-5.htm
Part VI Mesh edits: http://bertolami.com/jerry/2005/dex3d/dex3d-6.htm


CodeGuru.com

URL: http://www.codeguru.com/vb/gen/vb_graphics/gdi/article.php/c2359
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

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