Scene2Model

Keywords: Automated haptic object to model transformation, Design Thinking Prototyping, Storyboards

Affiliation: University of Vienna

Modelling Toolkit - Scene2Model Modelling Tool v1.5.1 (for Windows)

- The modelling tool developed in the project is packaged and can be downloaded by interested communities members as a standalone application. The download package is made available to all members.

Clicking on Download-button will start the download of a .zip-file, containing everything needed for installing the Scene2Model modelling tool on your Windows computer.

- The documentation can be found under: documentation download

- Example models for this tool can be found under the following link. They are available in two .adl files which can be imported into the tool.
  example file download
    (If there is an error during the import, please try to select the Import objects from other library option during the import wizard.)

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Modelling Toolkit - Scene2Model Modelling Tool v1.5.1 (for Fedora)

This download contains a ported version of the Scene2Model modelling tool fort the Fedora operating system. Clicking the Download-button will start the download of a .zip-file. In it the install_adoxx_fedora.sh script can be found, which handles the installation of the Scene2Model modelling tool. The script will download additional sources over the internet, therefore a connection is needed for the installation.

Because Wine and Docker are needed, it will first check if those two applications are already installed. If not, you can install them via the script. After they are available the Scene2Model tool will be installed onto your device. The script was tested on Fedora 28 and 29. An installation guide is available in the downloaded folder.

Disclaimer: Both the Scene2Modelling tool and the installation script for Fedora are prototypes and shipped as they are – use at your own risk. They may contain some bugs and premature functionality. Feedback on technical issues are highly appreciated via Scene2Model contact page.

- The documentation can be found under: documentation download

- Example models for this tool can be found under the following link. They are available in two .adl files which can be imported into the tool.
example file download
(If there is an error during the import, please try to select the Import objects from other library option during the import wizard.)

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Instructions

Modelling Toolkit - Scene2Model Modelling Tool v1.5.1 (for MacOS)

This download contains a ported version of the Scene2Model modelling tool fort the MacOS operating system. Clicking the Download-button will start the download of a .zip-file. In it the install_adoxx_mac.sh script can be found, which handles the installation of the Scene2Model modelling tool. The script will download additional sources over the internet, therefore a connection is needed for the installation.

Because Wine and Docker are needed, it will first check if those two applications are already installed. If not, you can install them via the script. After they are available the Scene2Model tool will be installed onto your device. The script was tested on MacOS Mojave (10.14.2). An installation guide is available in the downloaded folder.

Disclaimer: Both the Scene2Modelling tool and the installation script for MacOS are prototypes and shipped as they are – use at your own risk. They may contain some bugs and premature functionality. Feedback on technical issues are highly appreciated via Scene2Model contact page.

- The documentation can be found under: documentation download

- Example models for this tool can be found under the following link. They are available in two .adl files which can be imported into the tool.
example file download
(If there is an error during the import, please try to select the Import objects from other library option during the import wizard.)

Download
Instructions

Modelling Toolkit - Scene2Model Modelling Tool v1.5.1 (for Ubuntu)

This download contains a ported version of the Scene2Model modelling tool fort the Ubuntu operating system. Clicking the Download-button will start the download of a .zip-file. In it the install_adoxx_ubuntu.sh script can be found, which handles the installation of the Scene2Model modelling tool. The script will download additional sources over the internet, therefore a connection is needed for the installation.

Because Wine and Docker are needed, it will first check if those two applications are already installed. If not, you can install them via the script. After they are available the Scene2Model tool will be installed onto your device. The script was tested on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and 18.10. An installation guide is available in the downloaded folder.

Disclaimer: Both the Scene2Modelling tool and the installation script for MacOS are prototypes and shipped as they are – use at your own risk. They may contain some bugs and premature functionality. Feedback on technical issues are highly appreciated via Scene2Model contact page.

- The documentation can be found under: documentation download

- Example models for this tool can be found under the following link. They are available in two .adl files which can be imported into the tool.
example file download
(If there is an error during the import, please try to select the Import objects from other library option during the import wizard.)

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Instructions

Modelling Toolkit - Scene2Model Modelling Tool v1.5

- The modelling tool developed in the project is packaged and can be downloaded by interested communities members as a standalone application. The download package is made available to all members, community members are informed accordingly when a new release is made available

- The documentation for this tool can be found under: documentation download

- Example models for this tool can be found under the following link. They are available in two .adl files which can be imported into the tool:
  example file download
    (If there is an error during the import, please try to select the Import objects from other library option during the import wizard.)

Download
Instructions