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3D Programming for Ordinary Mortals, with VPython

VPython
has jumped to the top of my list of things to learn, as soon as I have time.

I've picked up two books on Python, and I'm ready to dig in.

That is, as soon as I'm done with my writing job. Well, I have turned in all of my first drafts...and I don't have any rewrites yet...so maybe I'll forgo the self control and learn some Python :)

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If you are interested in Python and 3D, you should take a look at Panda3D. Free and open-source. Written by Disney and Carnegie Mellon University.

It connects simple Python scripting to a very powerful rendering system.

http://www.panda3d.org