[osg-users] Rotation of a node starts clockwise and ends counter-clockwise.

Christian Buchner christian.buchner at gmail.com
Thu Nov 17 06:28:05 PST 2016

It would appear the original source of the tank is the Naval Postgraduate
School tutorials page:


This is from 2004. 12 years go. Man, time flies.


2016-11-17 15:25 GMT+01:00 Christian Buchner <christian.buchner at gmail.com>:

> As for an "osgtank" model, I have no idea what you are talking about,
>> it's not anything to do with the core OpenSceneGraph source code
>> distribution or the OpenSceneGraph-Data distribution.  Again this is
>> an issue of just throwing out a question without any proper context.
> I suspect OP is looking at some older Wiki examples for OSG like this
> http://trac.openscenegraph.org/projects/osg//wiki/Support/Tutorials/
> FileLoadingAndTransforms
> http://trac.openscenegraph.org/projects/osg//wiki/
> Support/Tutorials/FindingNodes
> This (and related) pages talk about a tank model. Some of the given code
> contains a file name
> t72-tank_des.flt
> which according to Google can be found e.g. on github here:
> https://github.com/petercheng00/Indoor-Modeling/
> blob/master/NPS_Tutorials_src/NPS_Data/Models/t72-tank/t72-
> tank_des.flt?raw=true
> Also I did find some rather dated code that generates a tank model
> procedurally as a Geode
> http://trac.openscenegraph.org/projects/osg/browser/
> OpenSceneGraph/trunk/examples/osghangglide/tank.cpp?rev=1697
> Christian
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