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3D view from multiple PNG files
Ando.Ki last edited by
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I wonder if anyone can give a tip to make a Qt viewer that displays 3D from multiple PNG files.
I got a number of tomography PNG files and want to view these in a 3D.
By the way I am looking for using C++ instead of QML or other additional tools.
Any comments would be appreciated.
fcarney last edited by
What you are wanting is a way to treat your data as voxels (3D pixels). You could use QSGGeometryNode to treat each image as a slice and create a stacked view that can be rotated inside a QQuickItem. However, I am not sure how efficient that will be compared to a native 3D rendering. What are the dimensions of the image? Are there medical rendering libraries out there for this kind of data?
Dougla6s Banned last edited by
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