[osg-users] Whether a viewer is required for every osg based application?

Alexandre Vaillancourt alexandre.vaillancourt.list at gmail.com
Fri Mar 18 11:34:43 PDT 2016

I was curious of this as well, but in the context of using OSG only as a
scene graph and not as a rendering engine. I came to the same conclusion:
one would have to recode a lot of things.

Alexandre Vaillancourt

2016-03-18 10:43 GMT-04:00 Jannik Heller <scrawl at baseoftrash.de>:

> Hi,
> osgViewer is what dispatches updates to the scene graph, fires off cull
> and rendering, manages the camera, and abstracts the platform-specific
> graphics context creation routines, among other things. You could bypass
> osgViewer if you implemented these tasks yourself, but I imagine it would
> be quite tedious. I would suggest to use Viewer even with off-screen
> applications.
> Cheers,
> Jannik
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