Graphics Libraries are libraries used for producing visual imagery or data.
Real time image compression library which handles a wide range of standard formats.
Library of subroutines and functions that display data graphically. Software is available for the programming languages C, Fortran 77, Fortran 90, Perl, Python and Java.
Collection of graphics functions that can help you develop professional games and applications.
Includes list of graphics libraries (to create and manipulate graphics), 3d and 2d engines.
GD is a code library for the dynamic creation of images. It is written in C, and "wrappers" are available for Perl, PHP and other languages. It creates PNG, JPEG, GIF, WebP, XPM, BMP images, among other formats. [Open Source]
The homepage of the Glide Open Source Project.
An easy to use free graphics library for Fortran and C(C++) available on Win32 platforms using MinGw, cygwin, VC++/VF or BCC. Interactive graphics programming can be made with it.
Image import, storage, manipulation and output library for X.
A library for high-performance 2D vector and bitmap graphics
A free, open source, CMM engine. It provides fast transforms between ICC profiles.
.NET and Java Raster Imaging SDKs, libraries, components, and toolkits for rendering, converting and manipulating over 100 formats including PDFs, MS Office files, TIFFs, JPEGs, DICOMs, MO:DCAs, and CAD files.
High-level, cross-platform C/C++ graphics and windowing library built on a fast x86 assembler graphics kernel. [Open Source, LGPL]
A free graphics library still in development.
An application to design NURBS curves and surfaces. It can also be used as an NURBS library, providing an API that could be used by other applications.
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