This example application shows how to program a simple IGT application using IGSTK.
How to build
1. This application builds automatically when IGSTK_USE_FLTK and IGSTK_BUILD_EXAMPLES is turned ON.
If you want to use Micron tracker with this application, make sure you have configured the with IGSTK_USE_MicronTracker ON.
If you follow this process and successfully build the I
Some examples mentioned in the book are still work-in-progress, those
source code are kept in "IGSTKSandbox/Examples" for further development.
There are two ways to get the IGSTKSandbox:
1. Download the zip file from:
2. CVS download:
cvs -d :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/IGSTK login
This folder should contain all the calibration files.
Notice that the MTC library will search in this directory for calibration files that match the serial number of attached camera, which is identified by the * in the file name:
This README.txt file provides a brief description of the nature of the files
available in the Testi
This directory contains C++ wrapper of the MTC (MicronTracker) library.
These files are originally
The copyright of the source code in this directory is held by
Claron Technology Inc.
The license of IGSTK (Image-Guided Surgery Toolkit) is an open-source BSD
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