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Unwind: Interactive Fish Straightening

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Unwind is a tool for unwarping bent volumetric scans of fishes. This repository contains the source code for the Unwind Paper,

Installing Unwind

Executables for Unwind are available for Windows.

Packages for Linux will be made available soon. For now, you can compile Unwind from source (see below)

Usage Instructions

Detailed instructions for using Unwind are available here

Compiling Unwind from source

Unwind requires minimal dependencies and can be easily compiled from source.

Linux

1. Install Dependencies

To build Unwind you need to have the following dependencies installed:

  • A modern C++ compiler (C++ 14 or later) such as GCC or Clang
  • CMake version 3.8 or later
  • Qt5
  • Xorg development libraries (Needed by GLFW)
1.1 Ubuntu

You can install the necessary packages on ubuntu as follows:

sudo apt-get install build-essential cmake xorg-dev qt5-default

2. Compile

Once you have installed the dependencies, simply clone this repository:

git clone https://github.com/fwilliams/unwind
cd unwind

Then, from the root directory of the repository run:

mkdir build
cd build
cmake .. -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release
make -j4

3. Run

The binary for Unwind will be in build/src/unwind relative to the root of the repository.


Windows with Visual Studio

1. Clone the repository

From Powershell, run:

git clone https://github.com/fwilliams/unwind
cd unwind

2. Install Dependencies

To build Unwind on Windows, you need to install the following dependencies:

3. Generate a Visual Studio Project

Using Powershell, from the root directory of the Unwind repository, first create a build directory:

mkdir build
cd build

then generate a visual studio project:

cmake -G 'Visual Studio 15 2017 Win64' -DCMAKE_PREFIX_PATH="C:/Qt/Qt5.10.1/5.10.1/msvc2017_64" -DMPFR_INCLUDE_DIR:PATH="C:/local/vcpkg/installed/x64-windows/include" -DMPFR_LIBRARIES:FILEPATH="C:/local/vcpkg/installed/x64-windows/lib/mpfr.lib" -DGMP_INCLUDE_DIR:PATH="C:/local/vcpkg/installed/x64-windows/include" -DGMP_LIBRARIES:FILEPATH="C:/local/vcpkg/installed/x64-windows/lib/mpir.lib" -DBOOST_ROOT="C:/local/vcpkg/installed/x64-windows" ../

NOTE: The above commands assumes that Qt 5.10.1 is installed in C:\Qt, and vcpkg in C:\local\vcpkg. The paths need to be updated according to where these are installed (and version of Qt installed).

4. Compile From Visual Studio

The previous step generates a fish_deformation.sln file in the build directory creaated in step 3 Open this file using Visual Studio and build the project (making sure that the "Solution configuration" is release and "Solution platform" is x64

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