Expand your powers of perception! Get a god's-eye view!
Take armchair caving to the next level!
I started writing this program because I was constantly asking some of my fellow Fisher Ridge cavers where passages were
on our printed map, and I was too lazy to read mountains of survey notes.
I could have simply used other cave survey programs out there, but I was too determined to have features I couldn't find
in other programs: convenient mouse navigation, more visualization features, and the ability to look up and highlight passages
not just by survey designation but by name and which of my fellow cavers had surveyed them.
See your cave data in a whole new way
Breakout allows you to color passages by numerous parameters.
The gold-amber-violet color scale is much clearer and prettier than the rainbow scales used in many programs.
Look around with ease
Breakout allows you to examine the shape and structure of passages up close, as well as showing the big picture,
with easy mouse navigation.
Find passages by name, survey designation, surveyors, etc.
Type in your search and hit enter, and Breakout will fly right to the passages you're looking for!
The passages you select in the 3D will also be selected in the data table, and vice versa.
To know the name of a given passage, just point at it, and its data will show up in the status bar.
Breakout is free and open-source!
License: GNU GPLv2
View project on GitHub
Releases are now available on GitHub.
1. Install Java 8 if you haven't already (www.java.com)
2. Download the breakout-<version>.jar file from the GitHub releases page and run it
|Java||version 8 or greater|
|OpenGL||version 3 or greater|
|Operating System||OS X is supported; It should work on Windows but I'm not able to test on Windows at the moment.|