OpenGL Headline News
Category: Applications •
Aug 22, 2005
TesselSphere is a freeware OpenGL spherical subdivision utility that models Delaunay and Voronoi hulls and generates geodesic spheres. Live morphers can act on the hulls. It was inspired by attempts to model holoplanktonic protozoa, pollen and virus forms. The goals was to generate vertices for specific species and then manipulate output in modeling programs. Available with source for Linux and Win32.
As of August 2008 this product seems to have disappeared.