- Project changed from Computing and Software to MAUS
Trying PyOpenGL. Looks like following packages are available on easy_install
Humm, probably means writing ones own GUI - urk.
Successfully turned on GEANT4 visualisation in MAUS using datacard parameter:
geant4_visualisation = True
.wrl files produced.
VRML viewing very poorly supported in Linux. Found an application called MeshLab, which works on Ubuntu 12.10, which works with the output .wrl files and is available in the Ubuntu repositories. Other options such as OpenVRML, FreeWRL, view3dscene failed to compile or otherwise did not work (see http://cic.nist.gov/vrml/vbdetect.html for a list).
MICE geometry from the files is displaying fine in MeshLab (see attached), but not particles, which I would like very much.
This screenshot was generated by paraview. In my Linux Mint install (Ubuntu 11.10 derivative) do
sudo apt-get install paraview
<click on eye>
Checked using InstantPlayer and FreeWRL on Windows and both visualised the geometry and showed the particle tracks. Tried the ParaView package (in the Ubuntu repositories, thanks Chris), which also visualises the geometry AND tracks. I'm happy.
- Category set to Simulation
- Status changed from Open to Closed
- Target version set to Future MAUS release
- % Done changed from 0 to 100
Updated installation documentation
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