RVIT stands for Realtime Visualization and Interaction Toolkit. It is an extension of kivy (http://kivy.org), designed for augmenting scientific models, simulations and other computational artifacts such as teaching tools.
RVIT’s primary design goals are to…
Minimise the amount of additional programming required to include realtime visualization and interaction (RVI) elements
Minimise constraints put upon the model (i.e. allow the model to be developed with minimal considerations as to how it will be visualized)
Facilitate rapid prototyping and modification of RVI elements.
Facilitate a greater degree of interactivity with scientific computational artifacts.
If you use RVIT in a work that is published, please cite it.
Egbert, M.D. (2019) RVIT: Realtime Visualization and Interaction Toolkit. GitHub repository, https://github.com/matthew-egbert/rvit
Documentation can be found here.