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README.md

AndroidLibs

Rajawali

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Development Branch Status development

About

Rajawali is a 3D engine for Android based on OpenGL ES 2.0/3.0. It can be used for normal apps as well as live wallpapers.

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NOTE: Rajawali's release process is changing and the master branch should be considered unstable. Use the v0.9 tag if you need a stable version. We are working to improve documentation on this subject.

The RajawaliExamples project is an ever growing toolkit for developing 3D content. Check it out!

Made With Rajawali

Numerous apps and live wallpapers have been made with Rajawali. Check them out!

Using Rajawali

Using Rajawali is as simple as adding a single line to your gradle dependencies:

compile 'org.rajawali3d:rajawali:x.x.x@aar where x.x.x is the version number (and the last number is the build number). If you wish to use the master branch snapshot, append -SNAPSHOT. For example, to use release 1.0.48, you would use:

compile 'org.rajawali3d:rajawal:1.0.48@aar

To use the master branch build 48 snapshot 1.0.48-SNAPSHOT, you would use:

compile 'org.rajawali3d:rajawali:1.0.48-SNAPSHOT@aar

All commits to master branch or deployed as snapshots. All tags will be deployed as releases. To see the latest build number, see the build history and be sure you choose a master branch build.

For the above to work you will need to make sure your repository list includes:

mavenCentral() for releases, and maven { url "https://oss.sonatype.org/content/repositories/snapshots/" } for snapshots.

Alternatively, if you checkout Rajawali via GIT, you can run gradle assembleRelease uploadArchives (or simply add a Gralde launch config to Android Studio for the assembleRelease and uploadArchives tasks). This will deploy to your local maven ropository. Consuming apps should have mavenLocal() in their repository list and add compile 'org.rajawali3d:rajawali:1.0.0-SNAPSHOT@aar to their dependencies.

Rajawali Examples On The Market

Download the free app

Rajawali + Augmented Reality

RajawaliVuforia GitHub

YouTube Video of RajawaliVuforia in action

Rajawali + Virtual Reality

RajawaliVR GitHub

YouTube Video of RajawaliVR in action

Tutorials

  1. Basic Setup & Sphere (Maven) 1. Basic Setup & a Sphere (Out of date)
  2. Creating a Live Wallpaper and Importing a Model
  3. Materials
  4. Optimization
  5. Skybox
  6. Screenshots
  7. Plugins
  8. User Interface Elements
  9. Creating a Custom Material GLSL Shader
  10. 2D Renderer
  11. Particles
  12. Object Picking
  13. Animation Classes
  14. Bump Normal Mapping
  15. MD2 Animation
  16. Collision Detection
  17. Importing .Obj Files
  18. Drawing Lines
  19. Catmull Rom Splines
  20. Animated Sprites
  21. Fog
  22. More Optimisation
  23. Custom Vertex Shader
  24. Using Geometry Data To Position And Rotate Objects
  25. Video Material
  26. Orthographic Camera
  27. Texture Compression
  28. Transparent Textures
  29. Skeletal Animation
  30. Creating a Day Dream
  31. Using RajawaliScene

Tutorials & Articles By Others

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