Hi Satoru, long time no see! I was excited to see you post the iGeo library, it looks like it has a ton of useful and exciting features.
The web tutorials on your site are very helpful in understanding the functions the library offers, but I wonder if it would not be more convenient to offer them as downloadable examples (as PDE files)? Right now users have to copy and paste from the web into Processing, which seems awkward compared to navigating them as a folder structure inside Processing. Just a thought.
Again, thank you for creating the library and posting the code on GitHub. The projects on the Gallery page on your site already look more advanced than most efforts in Processing 3D.
It's great to hear from you.
I'm glad you'll consider it, it would be nice to have a ton of iGeo demos in one place. I think Karsten Schmidt has been very successful with his Toxiclibs demos, for instance. I'm also a fan of OpenProcessing.org to publish sketches, I use it a lot for research myself these days.
I'm very impressed by the support for 3DM Rhino files in iGeo, that's a great feature. I want to find a moment to play with it more, it feels a little isolated from the "normal" Processing context but I could definitely use it as a geometry engine. Thanks again!
Sorry for taking so long but I rewrote the tutorial pages with PHP and added select, pde download, zip download and applet launch buttons.
Awesome. I'll download and have a look!