IEEE VR 2009
HANDS ON TUTORIALS
To take part in the tutorials, it is very important that you come prepared, with materials pre-installed on your laptop. Some of these installations may require a significant amount of time, so downloading them during the tutorial itself will not be possible. If you do not have materials installed, you may still view the tutorial, but the learning you take away will be greatly reduced.
NEW! Hands on with physics packages
Please see the page http://www.sofa-framework.org/tutorial-vr09
Hands on with commercial VR packages
Update! Rather than using the previously posted .zip file, please do this:
go to https://is14.extranet.3ds.com and login as firstname.lastname@example.org with password M8ntq2ei
download all 4 files, make sure to save them all in the same directory
run setup.exe When installing, use the following serial number: 9mqy53d3wy-NFR1P4090 and be sure to select all optional packages
Next, obtain an evaluation license. To do this, download http://www.virtools.com/licenserequest/doc/FlexLMHostID.zip and then run FlexLMHostID.exe program, and choose "Get HD Serial".
Copy the DISK_SERIAL_NUM=xxxxxxx information into the Code Test Loan Agreement document (table page 4), and replace all information marked in red in the document.
Print, sign, scan and send it by email to 3DVIA.Virtools.Licenseemail@example.com with the subject IEEE VR 2009 Virtools Tutorial, or send it by fax: +33-1-70-73-43-37 (in this case an email with the non signed doc as well would help)
We will then send the license file back to you
For this session, please download a free trial of the Vizard software, from: http://www.worldviz.com/download/index.php?action=1&fid=77
Hands on with Free/Open VR packages
For this session, materials can be found at this location: http://www.invrs.org/wiki/tutorials/inVRsMedievalTown
Please download the .tar.gz archive and install. You can also get the manual with all course notes (this will also be available on the conference proceedings)
For this session, attendees should come with the package from this site installed: https://www.igd.fraunhofer.de/download/file.php?h=R57fdadb7cefe9f68e70e46d84ae17a4c
In addition, you need a working copy of the beta6 version of the InstantRealityPlayer, available at http://www.instantreality.org/
Print and bring the marker and any additional devices you would like to try (e.g. joystick, camera, CAVE, ...)
For this session, attendees should come with either the windows or linux program package installed from this site: http://external.lite3d.com/VR09Tutorial/
Linux users will need to compile their own libs due to the many variations possible (this can take some time). Windows users should just check that things work ok with the binaries and cmake.
IEEE VR 2009