FROG is a generic framework dedicated to visualize events produced in particle collisions and detected by particle detectors.
It has been written in C++ and use OpenGL cross-platform libraries. It can be used to any particular physics experiment or detector design. The code is very light and very fast and can run on various Operating System. Moreover, FROG is self consistent and does not require installation of ROOT or Experiment software (e.g. CMSSW) libraries on user's computer.
It includes a lot of features based on an unique and powerful principle. Some of the functionalities are listed below :
3D and 2D visualization, graphical user interface, mouse interface, configuration files, production of pictures in various format, integration of personal objects.
One of the FROG application is to display events for one of the most complex physics experiment : the CMS experiment. But it works as well and even faster with smaller experiment like the Gastof detector.
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