Particle System expirementation Sandbox: OpenCL/OpenGL on PC and Android OpenGL in C with JNI
C++ C Python Java
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android added OpenCL/OpenGL particle system, moved android code to android fo… Jun 26, 2010
boids_gordon add random velocities, compute rules when the weights are grater than… May 27, 2011
cmake working on windows build Apr 12, 2011
data The normals in the hand are not quite correct. Something I do not und… Jun 22, 2011
docs I have implemented constant angular velocity about an arbitrary point. Jun 25, 2011
opencl10 Got the RTPS compiling on cygwin Mar 2, 2011
sprites added nemo pic to sprites folder Apr 26, 2011
teach fixed cpu python sph Sep 9, 2011
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    ### EnjaParticles in C++ using OpenCL and OpenGL interoperability

    RTPS: Real-Time Particle Systems
    A framework library for developing particle systems.
    We currently working on support for 
        Simple particle systems
        SPH Fluid simulation
        Boid simulation

    see INSTALL file



    You can execute the test program like:
    cd bin

    The test program has simple mouse interaction:
        Left-Click and drag to rotate the view
        Right-Click and drag to zoom in and out
    and keyboard:
        r - add particles
        h - add hose of particles
        p - print timings of various functions
        w, a, s, d - move around like FPS controls
        t - add in some triangles to collide against

    hit Q or ESC to exit (right now clicking the x on the window will not properly clean up GPU memory...)

    cmake modules to help find necessary libraries

    ### EnjaParticles on the Android using the NDK and OpenGL

    the C code is in the jni folder
    read the README in this folder for more info