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CopperLicht now free and open source

the commercial WebGL library now is free for everyone

Ambiera just announced that the WebGL 3D library CopperLicht is now free and open source.



Previously, the library's source was only available for developers purchasing a commercial license. This is now no longer needed.

CopperLicht can be used together with CopperCube, a commercial 3D game editor, but also works nicely without. It includes a fast collision detection and response system for moving game models through 3D worlds, many 3D special effects and materials, and a lot more.

Links:
CopperLicht Website
open source announcement



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