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Project Summary

The Cortex project aims to provide a set of high quality C++ libraries and Python modules tailored for software development in the visual effects industry. Rather than producing end user tools, the project focuses on creating a reusable set of modules of use to TDs and programmers in a broad range of scenarios - allowing them to focus on the more interesting or innovative aspects of development.

Originally the brainchild of Andrew Chapman, the Cortex project is now being developed around the IECore library developed in house at Image Engine and subsequently released as open source. Initially, Image Engine are providing the core library and Python bindings, along with their RenderMan, Maya, OpenGL, and Nuke support libraries.

It is hoped that the Cortex project will attract contributions from the wider visual effects community, and grow to provide a rich set of functionality and support for further 3rd party applications.

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2d 3d cg cgi cplusplus graphics maya nuke opengl python renderman vfx

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C++
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Python
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5 Other
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30 Day Summary

Sep 13 2018 — Oct 13 2018

12 Month Summary

Oct 13 2017 — Oct 13 2018
  • 814 Commits
    Up + 254 (45%) from previous 12 months
  • 17 Contributors
    Up + 3 (21%) from previous 12 months