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SCIRun 4.4 contains new modules, bug fixes and improved support for OS X Snow Leopard (10.6). Updates to the beta version of BioMesh3D, an automated meshing pipeline for building tetrahedral meshes for biomedical applications, are also included.
SCIRun 4.4 and BioMesh3D ON OSX:For OS X, there is a binary distribution for intel-based Macs. The binary download provides both the SCIRun application as well as the BioMesh3D application, which is a drag and drop application for building meshes. Documentation on running the OS X application is provided inside the SCIRun 4.4 disk image.
SCIRun 4.4 and BioMesh3D ON WINDOWS:For Windows there are binaries available as well. Currently BioMesh3D is installed together with SCIRun in the SCIRun 4.4 directory. We are still planning on adding shortcuts to the installer for a more automated version of BioMesh3D. Currently Python (either version 2 or 3) needs to be installed separately on Windows in order to run BioMesh3D, and BioMesh3D needs to be run from the command prompt. More details can be found in the BioMesh3D documentation.
SCIRun 4.4 and BioMesh3D ON LINUX:Please download the SCIRun_4.4 source tar archive. After unpacking the application, run the build script called build.sh, which should build both SCIRun 4.4 and BioMesh3D. On Linux, BioMesh3D is a series of python scripts that run various SCIRun applications to build a tetrahedral mesh. Documentation is provided inside the tar archive which explains how to build meshes with BioMesh3D.
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