I have a Cycles-Blender model, which I want to release to the layman users who don't know Blender and give them some freedom to manipulate and explore the model a bit (simple operations like rotating the model around or setting visibility of a certain object, etc.).
For this use, I want to build a simple GUI that "wrappers" Blender inside. For example, I can add a button that sets an object invisible in rendering.
Another important feature I need is the user being able to drag/rotate/zoom in/etc. the model, and as soon as user interaction is done, the render starts progressively. It's the same thing when you are in
Object Mode with
Is there an easy/clean way of doing this?
I am a CS student and know how to code in Blender-Python. So if there isn't a clean way, please also teach me the dirty way to do it. ;-)
This question isn't the same as How to create a custom UI?, which wants to customize around the Blender GUI. Instead, I want to build from scratch, as the layman users really need super simple GUI's.