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  • #5241

    Anonymous

    Hi there,

    If you are a student and would like to make some money coding for an open-source project ( eg http://www.blender.org, the open-source 3D modeller, with a built in Games Engine! ), check out…

    http://google-code-updates.blogspot.com/2006/04/summer-of-code-2006.html

    Last year, about 7 students got to code a SOC project for Blender, so it would be a good choice of project.

    Here are a few that you might want to do, to keep with both games and Blender…

    – Re-instate the Web 3D plugin ( this hasn’t been working since the code went opensource, and parts were pulled out of it )

    – Implement various fixes to the games engine ( including more enhanced Logic Brick actuators ) and to Blender for the GE ( including WYSIWYG in Blender, it has slightly went out of synch )

    – Implement some higher level AI functionality for the GE.

    That’s just a few that I can think of at the mo ;)

    Mal

  • #31291

    Anonymous

    Quick update… you have until the 8th to submit something, if you want to code on the openSource 3D Blender project.

    http://www.blender.org/cms/Newsitem.620+M51bf7d081c8.0.html

    If you want to hone your coding skills over the summer, get some dollars, and also get something to put on your CV, this would be a great opportunity.

    Don’t forget that Blender has a game engine, so get on to the forums and ask what people would want added to the engine.

    Mal

  • #32183

    Anonymous

    welcome to the board

  • #32190

    Anonymous

    I think you’ll find you’ve just welcomed a spambot….

  • #32191

    Anonymous

    Spambots are people too you know…… :P

  • #32182

    Anonymous

    Not anymore he’s not.

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