@@ -212,3 +212,10 @@ By clicking on Camera Views > Set camera POVs a table will appear and various fe
In order to simulate a 3D scan of an instrument, you first need to select the different camera views that you will use to do the 3D scan, and then you can export it in a .txt file that will store the parameters of the camera views.
Then you will need to use the trimesh programs (see project **trimesh-scripts** and more specifically the programs *./pcd_ray_casting* and *./noisy_pcd_ray_casting* ) that uses the .txt file and will generate a point cloud simulating a 3D scan.
> *IMPORTANT NOTE* : you need to use the same STL file loading your instrument in Nomad 3D Editor and Trimesh because otherwise the views will not be the same
**To improve** :
* when we want to navigate between the different views in the table, the axis move and does not stay in the middle of the screen like it should be. It does not have an impact on the value of the positions of camera but it's better if the axis stay in the middle of the screen.
* when viewing a view in the table, when we change the mouse controller we always come back to the last view and the changes goes from there. We could change it so when we click on one view the mouse controller is now attached to this view