DynamicFrustum

Chair for Computer Aided Medical Procedures & Augmented Reality
Lehrstuhl für Informatikanwendungen in der Medizin & Augmented Reality

DynamicFrustum

development branch, HiWi

SVN: https://cgsr1.informatik.tu-muenchen.de:8443/svn/kirschan/branches/dynamicFrustum

launched with ./start.sh or ./sid.sh or sid.bat

additional hotkey controls:
X resets the camera to the set location with testing reference helper objects
F toggles ART-based updating of view frusta
I resets frusta back to static config settings
8 toggles mono/stereo rendering for the active view (last clicked on)
(inherited from NavigationModule)
Z toggles head tracking.

Demos prepared on frave4

Start frave4, 90inch and dtrack, login as benzina_local on frave4 and 90inch.

eqcGenerator + multiNavigation

I use a copy of multiNavigation so that I don't mess with other people's projects. the copy is in ~/workspace-sid/mulNavi-copy

in the terminal:

cd ~/workspace-sid/eqcFiller
./assemble.sh
./sendeqc.sh
cd ~/workspace-sid/mulNavi-copy
./start.sh

Oldest branch, BA

BA -- Dynamic Calculation of View Frusta in Flexible Repositionable Off-axis Visualization Systems
removed from SVN, but there's a copy on fraveui1.

On FRAVE: The demo program is located in /home_shared/ituepferl/Demos/Dynamic_Frustum and can be started with startFullDemo_frave0.sh / startFullDemo_frave1.sh (with appNode hosts corresponding to the name)
the script starteqc.sh accepts an .eqc Equalizer config file as an argument. Some useful config files are stored in the terrainconf folder.

additional hotkey controls:
F toggles ART-based updating of view frusta
X resets the camera to the set location with testing reference helper objects.
C toggles global coordinates report (camera and headtracking)
T toggles screen-specific coordinates report (cornerpoints, transformation matrices)
B toggles the rendering of testing reference helper objects.


Edit | Attach | Refresh | Diffs | More | Revision r1.10 - 17 Dec 2013 - 14:58 - EvgenyIlyushkin

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