Cheese... Unleashed!

Posted 2007/05/09 22:40:48.

The very first release of Cheese is now available for download.

Go to the Cheese page for more details. It's a very early beta (probably more like alpha really) release, but it is now at the stage where I've been able to use it to produce some sets of photos for John's Pictures, so with a bit of luck it might be just about usable by other people as well.

Whilst Cheese is intended to be cross platform (thanks to wxWidgets) so far I have only built binaries for Mac OS X. I will probably have a go at building a Windows binary at some point, but given that the entire user base at present (i.e. me) use Macs there is no immediate demand.

Comment 1

Hola qe ta cm estas qisiera descargar unas fotos para mii blackberry cm hago ah

Posted by paola romero at 2012/05/11 05:51:56.

Comment 2

Hi there, I have finally got QVTKRenderWindowInteractor wkonirg with your VTK build, and it turned out to be very simple (I am just a beginner with Python and Qt). In case someone is interested here is what I did (and thanks!) :import vtkfrom vtk.qt4.QVTKRenderWindowInteractor import QVTKRenderWindowInteractor # # set up PyQt UI, created with Qt Designer,which includes a # QWidget named page_VTK, as the 3rd entry in stackedWidget # page_VTK = self.ui.page_VTK page_VTK.setMaximumSize(QtCore.QSize(800, 600)) self.QVTKRenderWidgetCone(page_VTK) self.ui.stackedWidget.setCurrentIndex(2) def QVTKRenderWidgetCone(self,page_VTK): "A simple example that uses the QVTKRenderWindowInteractor class (vtk.qt4). " layout = QtGui.QVBoxLayout(page_VTK) # create the widget VTKscene = QVTKRenderWindowInteractor(page_VTK) VTKscene.Initialize() VTKscene.Start() renWin = VTKscene.GetRenderWindow() layout.addWidget(VTKscene) ren = vtk.vtkRenderer() renWin.AddRenderer(ren) cone = vtk.vtkConeSource() cone.SetResolution(18) coneMapper = vtk.vtkPolyDataMapper() coneMapper.SetInput(cone.GetOutput()) coneActor1 = vtk.vtkActor() coneActor1.SetMapper(coneMapper) coneActor2 = vtk.vtkActor() coneActor2.SetMapper(coneMapper) ren.AddActor(coneActor1) ren.AddActor(coneActor2) coneActor1.SetPosition(2, 0, 1) coneActor2.SetPosition(0, 2, 0) # show the widget

Posted by Matthew at 2012/09/06 07:33:30.

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