Il giorno lun, 10/11/2008 alle 23.00 +0100, Norbert Wenzel ha scritto:
> On 11/10/2008 09:24 PM, Luca Penasa wrote:
> > So im running meshlab from the folder where iv compiled it...
> me too, I'm not quite sure if the install script is intended to copy it
> anywhere. personally I prefer the solution of having meshlab in my home
> directory and not messing around in the path.
> > I would
> > like to try the "build surface from point" but when i "click" on the
> > button in the menu nothing happen! Is this normal? i'm forgetting
> > something?
> Is that really the name of the menu option?
Yes that is the correct name, under the menu filters. Im on the version
> I can't find that option in
> my 1.2 build from last week. there's the BPA, a poisson reconstruction
> which are available in 1.1 and MLS (which I don't fully understand right
> now, I still have to read the corresponding paper) stuff in 1.2.
> the filter option "build surface from point" is not available in my
> build (2008-11-06).
Are you compiling the svn code? does it works well?
> > third: my points-cloud is in the format
> > x,y,z,I
> > where I is the value of reflectance recorded by the LIDAR. It variates
> > from 0 to 255. Is it possible to use this value to colorize the points
> > (and/or the mesh ill create)?? Like to say: black for 0, white for 255!
> I have to deal with xyzrgb data (which in fact is xyzI, as yours) but as
> I'm not interested I converted that to an obj file by addingt a 'v ' in
> the beginning of every line. where dumb shell script for that is
> available upon request. I'm not quite familiar with the obj format, but
> I guess you could encode the color into that with a more elaborate shell
> script easily (depending in your scripting knowledge).
Could you send me your code for converting to obj files?
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