- What is VRMesh, and what does it do?
- What are the primary applications or industries using VRMesh?
- VRMesh won't start after installation.
- Why doesn't VRMesh run properly on my computer?
- How accurate is VRMesh?
- Can VRMesh handle very large dataset?
- What are the system requirements for VRMesh?
- What import/export formats can VRMesh support?
- How to import large point clouds into VRMesh?
What is VRMesh, and what does it do?
VRMesh is an advanced 3D point cloud and mesh processing software tool, enabling users to process point cloud data, generate high-quality meshes, and recreate CAD-ready surfaces for further manipulation in downstream applications. It is also an ideal solution for rapid prototyping and conceptual design, providing users comprehensive mesh operation tools and sketch-based modeling tools.
What are the primary applications or industries using VRMesh?
VRMesh is used in a variety of applications, including:
Medical & Dental
VRMesh won't start after installation.
This may happen when installing VRMesh on a Windows Vista or Windows 7 system. In order to activate VRMesh correctly on Windows Vista or Windows 7, the executable file must be run one time as an Elevated Administrator, i.e., right click on the VRMesh.EXE and choose 'Run As Administrator'.
Why doesn't VRMesh run properly on my computer?
Please check that your computer satisfies the recommended requirements to run VRMesh. If it does and you experience a crash on startup, or a very slow interaction in the middle of operation, please update your graphics card drivers.
How accurate is VRMesh?
VRMesh uses double-precision floating-point numbers to retain all of the accuracy of the original input data.
Can VRMesh handle very large data sets?
VRMesh can handle large data sets in excess of one billion points. The program has no limit concerning the point cloud and mesh size.
What are the system requirements for VRMesh?
Recommended System Requirements:
Windows 7 (64 bit)
Intel / AMD CPU (qual) 2.6+ GHz
50GB free disk space
3-button, scroll-wheel mouse
A 3D accelerated graphics card that supports OpenGL (Nvidia, ATI recommended)
What import/export formats can VRMesh support?
Import: vrg, stl, ply, txt, asc, xyz, las, ptx, pts, pcp, dxf, shp, obj, 3ds, wrl, byu, vtk, tif, jpg, png
Export: vrg, stl, txt, asc, las, pts, igs, dxf, shp, wrl, obj, 3ds, ply, rib, iv, byu, vtk, tif, jpg, png
How to import large point clouds into VRMesh?
Please use the Attach Large Point Cloud command (File > Attach Large Point Cloud) to import large point clouds into the window. It enables users to read, store, default, and quickly retrieve the extremely large data sets associated with laser scanning and LiDAR. The supported file types are *.las, *.pts, *.dxf, and *.txt/asc/xyz.
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