Dear Morphmet-hive mind, I've been curious for some time about the terms "morphometry" and "morphometrics" and whether they are in fact interchangeable or quite distinct. Also, is it related to the difference between phylogeny and phylogenetics? Regards, Emma -- MORPHMET may be accessed
Dear Viviana, I had this problem recently. I seem to remember that it was solved by saving the files with no spaces in the names. so instead of, for example "skull 2.obj", save as "skull2.obj" This will help the textures associate properly. Then when you've converted to .ply, it doesn't matter,
Dear Viviana If I remember correctly, you need to export, rather than save, your file to get a ply. I think there are some extra steps you need to take so that the ply doesn't come out colorless (something to do with the vertices I think), but like I said, I forgot the details and I don't have
Dear Anneke, Geomagic seems to read the three files and saves them to generate a .wrl (not .ply) file that has indeed colours, although they are not in the right place. But that is a good start. I assume there is a Geomagic setting to generate the file I am missing so I will keep on trying.
Dear Antonio, I tried that after your email, but I hit the same rock: Meshlab creates the .wrl file using only one of the .jpg files representing texture (there is no way I have found to select the three of them). I have no correct allocation of the texture over the surface. Thanks for your
Dear Viviana, Have you tried geomagic? It has been a while since I last used this program so I forgot the details, but it is capable of importing obj files with textures and then exporting coloured ply files. Like I said, I forgot the exact steps you would have to take, but I have done it before,