Hello virtual reality pioneers!
We're excited to once again announce the launch of a bigger and better syGlass: version 1.2.2. This update includes a whole host of new features and improvements that we think have something for just about everyone.
New key framing system which allows animating camera movement, data transformation, and a clipping plane for the production of movies showcasing your data
Added additional options in the settings menu to control video resolution, capture frame rate, and bit depth
Redesigned camera tool enhances ability to record images for grants and publications
New slicing tool allows users to view raw slice data and lock planes to the cardinal axes
Native loading and rendering of DICOM data allows medical practitioners to quickly get their data into the system and start understanding
Direct import for Imaris files, a standard storage file for large microscopy data
A mesh transformation system for aligning surfaces with volumetric data, including a procedure to align via point set registration
Improved error reporting with security dongle
Enhanced loading splash screen
Fixed bug that would slow or stop very large data conversions
Added support for exporting adjacency list for tracings that include loops.
Created easy-to-find button for toggling monitor mode between double-eye and single-eye
Fixed a bug where meshes would disappear when using the cutting tool
Consolidated buttons for Vive and Mixed Reality Headsets under the banner SteamVR
Added Windows Mixed Reality controller models for better immersion
Fixed bug with measurement tool not properly saving or loading measurements
Support for projects created from stacks of JPEG files
Better playback control for 4D movie projects
Tracing tool allows nodes to be placed in close proximity by resting your thumb on the touchpad/thumbstick
Assisted tracing tool now uses high resolution data whenever possible