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OpenVirtualContainer is a library to define and enable the option to port between different high level c++ libraries, graphical an physical objects.

The target of this library is to share between projects the different graphical or physical objects and increase the software developement, allowing the designers to have their objects shared between projects, and allowing the coders to use the different objects without the need of make their owns.

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3d c++ development game_development graphics irrlicht library linux windows

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