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Linux 3DCS - surgical planning in your hand


Cícero Moraes shares a ready to run linux image that will provide photogrammetry for health applications.

After years and years of experience, the time has come to share this result with the whole community. In this link you will learn more about Linux 3DCS, a simple and effective 3D graphics solution for the health sciences. You can download the image, clone it on a USB (16GB +) flashdrive and enjoy a functional operating system with a series of programs installed. Many of them have been compiled by me and the desktop is ready for the use of affordable technologies such as DICOM file conversion to 3D mesh and photo scanning in just a few clicks!

The main software is Blender, which has been streamlined with a series of add-ons and sample files for the user test the system and learn from them.

For now the available language is only the Portuguese, but in the future, we intend to support other languages.

A big hug!

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  1. there no torrent peer is online that could provide 100% of the iso file...
    still download in progress since yesterday.
    luckily i have a raspberry pi for the torrent, so i can keep it online 24/7 without noise and too much power consumption.

    i am curious and excited to see what is included the iso file, and if i can it get the iso running on my PXE-boot environment.
    (download is currently at 66% in more than 8 hours ... its sooo slow... i wanna have it now)

  2. WoW!
    I'm eager to try it (google translated the readme file :)
    Could this be used in RasPbian? I was just setting up a Raspberry pi with a camera module...
    It could be a nice handheld solution.
    Raspberry pi, camera, powerbank and a small screen...-> 3D capture device!

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