vispy 0.14.2


Interactive visualization in Python

Interactive visualization in Python

Stars: 3245, Watchers: 3245, Forks: 616, Open Issues: 354

The vispy/vispy repo was created 11 years ago and the last code push was 17 hours ago.
The project is very popular with an impressive 3245 github stars!

How to Install vispy

You can install vispy using pip

pip install vispy

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add vispy

Package Details

Vispy contributors
GitHub Repo:


  • Scientific/Engineering/Visualization
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GitHub Issues

The vispy package has 354 open issues on GitHub

  • Feature: Add GL_MIN, GL_MAX modes to glBlendEquation
  • vispy.test() Failues
  • Possible optimization in shader compilation
  • About the viewpoint of turntable camera
  • Add Linux AArch64 wheel build support
  • Add support to release linux aarch64 wheels
  • Skip tests if PIL/pillow/imageio is not installed
  • Installation issues under Windows 10
  • Allow 3D vertices for text
  • How to plot lines
  • Failing to import Texture3D or TextureEmulated3D
  • Vispy SceneCanvas embedded into PyQt5 becomes black after being removed from layout then add back
  • Allow for more data input types and structures
  • Adding colorbar shrinks plot
  • Cpu buffer

See more issues on GitHub

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