Qt-based Flow/Vector Field Editor
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README.md

Flow/Vector Field Editor

Good news for all fans of my minimalist Flow Editor. The software is now open source (under 2-clause BSD license) and available on GitHub under the name flowed. To build it you will need as well: nn-c and akima. They’re used just for interpolation (natural neighbor and bicubic respectively) and can be linked statically. Fortran compiler is required to compile akima. There’s also a Mac OS X version available in the releases section on GitHub: here. Hope you enjoy and maybe develop it further.