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Old 01-10-2005, 04:21 PM   #1
Elomis
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Cool Open source, posix compliant, person renderer?


Hi All,
So for *that* legacy operating system, there is a program (by 'Curious Labs') called Poser. I downloaded it off a w**** site onto a windows box, played with it a bit to get a feel for it, deleted it and then went to a couple of websites to price it up.

So the thing costs an absolute fortune.

It's kinda understandable, it has a LOT of features but I don't need a lot of features, I only need the ability to render or diagram a person from the waist up, show a fair bit of detail particularly in the hands and face. I am trying to work on a searchable AUSLAN (Australian Sign Language) dictionary and such diagrams are neccessary to illustrate signs.

Anybody know of a program from the light side of the force (POSIX compliant) that might help me?


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