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README.md

MeVisLab-Module for Virtual Reality

This is a MeVisLab-Module for visualizing medical images in Virtual Reality.

How to compile the project?

This project has been built for MeVisLab2.8.1VC14-64 on Windows 8.1 using Visual Studio 2015 (v140). It has not been tested on other platforms. All relevant libraries are included in the project. To compile the project, the following steps have to be done:

  1. INCLUDEPATH and LIBPATH (can be found in General\Sources\ML\_MLHTCVive\_MLHTCVive.pro) have to be adapted

  2. in case the project has already been built before, make.clean.bat has to be invoked to clean the project again

  3. to build the project, make.build.bat has to be invoked

  4. LocalDebuggerCommand and LocalDebuggerCommandArguments have to be adaped in General\Sources\ML\_MLHTCVive\_MLHTCVive.vcxproj.user.bak. After doing so, make.fix.bat ca be invoked.

  5. make.run.bat can be invoked. It opens the project in VisualStudio where it can be compiled

Warning: the root folder of the project has to be named VR, otherwise General/Configuration/VR_General.pri cannot be found by MeVisLab any more.

How to run the project

After starting the project in VisualStudio, make sure to load a STL-file in MeVisLab before VR is started - otherwise the application will throw an exception.

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