Mirai (software)

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Mirai
Developer(s) Izware
Written in Common Lisp
Operating system Windows
Type 3D computer graphics
License Proprietary
Website [1]

Mirai is a 3D creation and editing suite (written in Common Lisp) available originally from Nichimen Graphics Corporation, later from Winged Edge Technologies, and currently from Izware. The modeller uses the winged edge data structure and traces its lineage to the S-Geometry software from Symbolics.[1][2] It was used primarily by game developers and high-end character animators, for example by Bay Raitt facial morph targets for the Gollum character in The Lord of the Rings film trilogy.

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  1. ^ Symbolics' legacy in Mirai
  2. ^ Comments on Symbolics legacy @ Hacker News

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