In my series "products using the Irrlicht Engine which are not games", here's a new entry: CivilFEM is a commercial Civil Engineering program. In the part 'CivilFEM Structural Designer', Irrlicht is being used:

Hugo González told me that they've decided to use Irrlicht because it is fast and it can be compiled in 32 and 64 bits.
In my opinion, it's again very interesting what kind of software can be made using Irrlicht.

six comments, already:

Hey Nico, if you do the work and put up projects using Irrlicht why not add a few lines about what these are about, what you can do..
Just a thought, because these entries look so skinny!
clemens - 09 05 07 - 19:08

that’s why I usually link the websites of those projects, there you can find more informations about them, if you are interested.
niko - 10 05 07 - 17:15

this is clear, but few bother to go to the site when you (the supposed expert in 3D imagery) give insightful comment on the packages.. it adds considerable surpluss value to you site
clemens - 10 05 07 - 17:59

What interface/gui are they using for that application? GTK? wxWidgets?
3ddev (link) - 11 05 07 - 04:12

I think it’s MFC.
niko - 11 05 07 - 10:13

I think it is MFC or WinForms.
greenya (link) - 23 05 07 - 15:52

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