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Mirra -

2D openGL python library that focuses on interaction. Built in graphical classes implement mouse event listeners. (in a way like macromedia director or flash do). It implements event listeners and rendering stack with Z layering.

enrike hurtado
Mirra is a 2D openGL python framework. It defines a set of classes to render primitive shapes (Text, Pixel, Line, Circle, Rect, Bitmap, BitmaPolygon) and manages rendering and user input (mouse and keyboard). Mirra focuses on interaction and implements an event listener and classes that receive mouse events. (in a way like macromedia director or flash do). It runs using pygame(SDL) but it can also be used under wxPython (experimental yet). Mirra is also thought to teach students (basically design and multimedia students) programming in python by playing around with graphics. Subscribe to mailing list at



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Mirra 0.2.6 — 20 Dec, 2005

Mirra — 12 Aug, 2005

Mirra — 7 Oct, 2006

Mirra 0.3.2 — 28 Nov, 2007 account Comments