MakeHuman is an OpenSource, open graphics library, standalone, multiplatform program, written in C++. It's purpose is to provide a versatile application for parametrical modelling of three-dimensional humanoid characters. That means that MakeHuman's purpose is to model and pose a 3d humanoid, complete with hair, accessories and high quality UV maps. By parametrical this means that MakeHuman has the ability to model a 3d humanoid in realtime using a series of graphically represented parameters. By using these parameters, nearly any type of character imaginable will be able to be created; scientific (typological and anthropological classifications), morphologic (gender, height, weight, age and race), or artistic (fantasy characters or caricatures). The parameters will allow the modification of nearly any humanoid characteristic - from general features such as body weight, to the specific details of a nose. Any humanoid character will be able to be directly exported to many 3D graphics modelling programs in their format, such as .obj or .3ds. Photorealistic images of characters, with a transparent background, will be able to be produced via RenderMan compliant rendering applications, such as Pixie, and Aqsis.
Author: Nicholas Yue, Romain Behar, Paulo Colombo, and many others
Maintainer: luisf <trb7 [at] megamail [dot] pt>
Download: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/makehuman/ animorph-0.2.tar.gz
Download: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/makehuman/ mhgui-0.1.tar.gz
Download: http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/makehuman/ makehuman-0.9.tar.gz
Build time (on reference hardware): 100% (relative to binutils)2
Installed size (on reference hardware): 20.72 MB, 1855 files
Dependencies (build time detected): 00-dirtree bash binutils bzip2 coreutils diffutils file findutils freeglut gawk gcc glibc glibc32 grep libglpng libx11 libxau libxdmcp libxext libxxf86vm linux-header make mesa mktemp net-tools sed sysfiles tar util-linux
Installed files (on reference hardware): n.a.
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2) Compatible with Linux From Scratch's "Standard Build Unit" (SBU).