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X-Rays in FreeCAD using LuxCoreRender

Posted: Sun Nov 21, 2021 1:04 pm
by Sanguinario_Joe
I just announced I am developing a X-Rays simulator using LuxCoreRender in FreeCAD:

https://twitter.com/jlcercos/status/1462403371537739777

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For the time being is just an experiment. But hopefully it will be ready for production soon

Re: X-Rays in FreeCAD using LuxCoreRender

Posted: Mon Nov 22, 2021 8:09 pm
by Sharlybg
That is a nice initiative rhanks for sharing the idea.
I wish to switch from revit to freecad recently but find hard to get good architectural tutorial on the subject.
By the way may i ask you how this kind of simulator are used in production or the purpose of such a tools.

Re: X-Rays in FreeCAD using LuxCoreRender

Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2021 12:09 pm
by TAO
it is nice to see luxcorerender used in more and more softwares.

Re: X-Rays in FreeCAD using LuxCoreRender

Posted: Wed Nov 24, 2021 1:54 pm
by Sanguinario_Joe
Hey guys!
Sharlybg wrote:
Sun Nov 21, 2021 1:04 pm
By the way may i ask you how this kind of simulator are used in production or the purpose of such a tools.
You may not!!! I will not accept any more impertinences!!! :D

It is funny... is that not enough? No, seriously... I am interested on metal artifacts in CTs. Anyway, a bunch of of practical applications come to my mind:

- Training neural networks for airport security
- Setting up experiments that would involve either tests on animals or humans
- Any environment where trial and error might become unacceptably expensive/long. Like when synchrotron radiation is required, or the scan shall be carried out in a very specific location

Many others can be figured out...
TAO wrote:
Wed Nov 24, 2021 12:09 pm
it is nice to see luxcorerender used in more and more softwares.
It is actually a pleasure working with LuxCoreRender... Simple yet effective... Now I should "hack" it to add more physics. Let see if it becomes cooperative