- RHEL 8
- Ubuntu 2004
- Ubuntu 1804
- Thermo Scientific License Manager (TLM)
Before downloading Open Inventor 2023.1.3, please read the release notes to find out what's new and check the system requirements.
Warning : This version of Open Inventor requires the Thermo Scientific License Manager (TLM).
For Windows, we provide the SDK as both an executable installer ('EXE' link) and a simple ZIP file. If this is the first time you are installing Open Inventor, for example evaluation or new customer, then we recommend clicking the EXE link. The installer will automatically set the environment variables that you need to build and run Open Inventor applications. Current customers can also use this link, but may wish to download and unpack the .zip file to avoid changing their current environment. If you download the .zip file, you will need to set up your build environment yourself. In any case, please read the document Windows installation procedure.
Note: If you are using Visual Studio 2019 or 2022, download the appropriate (C++ or .NET) Open Inventor Visual Studio 2017 installer.
* The Headless package provides an implementation of Open Inventor specifically for "headless" server machines. It uses the EGL library, instead of GLX, allowing Open Inventor RemoteViz services to be deployed and run without an X Server (X11). Compared to the standard package, there are some limitations:
- Classical viewer classes are not provided.
- RemoteViz viewer components must be used.
- Standard example programs, except for RemoteViz, are not provided.
- If you need examples for Open Inventor, VolumeViz, etc. please also download the standard SDK package.
- The DialogViz extension is not provided.
In order to activate your Open Inventor license you need to download install the Thermo Scientific License Manager (TLM).
You will find below the links for downloading TLM and finding how activate your license.