CyEat Software


System Requirements

Please refer to this document for the minimum computer system requirements.

CyEat Interface

In minutes, CyEat automatically assembles multiple PLY files to create a highly detailed 3D color model. In a variety of cases, this approach offers the best accuracy for creating a complete model.

When CyEat combines scans, it keeps the points from each file that are most likely to be accurate, in the same way that CyPie functions. Thus, when the assembly process is complete, the final model consists of the best points from the original files.

CyEat Combines CyPie Models

When you make a series of linear scans, you obtain excellent coverage of the object, except for its top and bottom, and any occluded areas. CyEat provides a way to fill in these areas.

After completing your first series of linear scans, you turn the object on its side and make another series of linear scans. CyPie turns each of these series into a 3D model in the PLY file format, and then CyEat combines the CyPie models into one complete mesh.

The result is extraordinary coverage and accuracy. The speed and automation of these tools make the process practical and efficient.

CyEat reads binary PLY files and writes a single binary PLY file. CyEat comes with the PlyView utility, a viewer that displays PLY range data, the color map applied to the range data, the confidence levels, polygonal representations, and polylines. Utilities are also supplied for converting to several different industry-standard file formats, which can be edited in many different software environments.

Merging Meshes
Inputs: Cyberware Ply Files
User Commands Via Keyboard, Mouse, and Buttons
Outputs: Cyberware Ply Files