+Ferox is a collection of libraries and frameworks for graphics and game
+programming. It contains the following modules, which are all reasonably
+independent Maven projects. Any dependencies on other Ferox modules are
+expressed in their own Maven configurations.
+A keyboard and mouse input event abstraction that is capable of wrapping AWT's
+event system, and poll-based systems (such as LWJGL's Keyboard and Mouse).
+It also contains a logic and trigger framework for more convenient processing of
+input events. This allows high-level code to declare a trigger to run when
+'A' is pressed and 'Mouse1' is down, as an example.
+A 3D vector math library that contains implementations of 3- and 4-tuple
+vectors, 3x3 and 4x4 matrices, and quaternions. It also has spatial index
+implementations for octrees and quadtrees.
+It has an optional dependency on http://bitbucket.org/entreri to provide
+Property implementations for its vector math types.
+A rigid-body physics simulator integrated with the Entreri component framework.
+A multi-threaded API that wraps OpenGL to provide a simplified interface,
+with better self-documentation and less prone to errors. It also provides an
+API for multi-threaded resource management for textures and geometry.
+It is a forward-looking API that can target OpenGL 3.0 and 4.0 features
+(although they are not all implemented yet).
+Abstract implementation and utilities that are OpenGL wrapper agnostic that
+greatly reduces the amount of work needed to complete an implementation of
+An implementation of the renderer based on the JOGL 2.0 OpenGL wrapper.
+An implementation of the renderer based on the LWJGL OpenGL wrapper.
+A scene library built on top of the Entity component framework that uses the
+Ferox renderer to perform the actual rendering.
+It is designed to be fully compatible with the Ferox physics engine to allow
+for easy visualizations of rigid-body physics.
+A collection of utilities ranging from java.util.collections extensions to
+profiling and runtime monitoring tools.
+Ferox will be released to Maven in the near future as:
+ * groupId: com.lhkbob.ferox