The purpose of the Cancer Cell Virtualization: USC Collaboration is to give oncologists and students at USC a chance to interact with a cancer cell through virtual reality.
Location of Assets:
1. Go to desktop
2. Open Unity 3D 5.6.1+
3. In projects menu, go to “cancer cell project”
4. Once Unity opens, and VR device is connected, go to “project setting”
5. Then sub-menu “player”
6. Check the box “virtual reality enabled”
7. Click the point button on the top of the Unity editor
October 2, 2017
We tried to export the project into Android, so we will be able to share the Cancer Cell with USC
Currently the proper SDK’s are downloaded and the main issue is getting them to cooperate with Unity. More specifically, Unity was looking for the SDK’s in the wrong file path. Kai is working on fixing this now. We are using Android studio as our upload platform and will soon make the application available on the PlayStore. There is a folder underneath SDK Android named Sdk that contains all SDK material. We still have to redirect unity to the correct file path.
September 14, 2017
Attempted to fix the player movement and interaction in Unity 3D, however we were unsuccessful.
September 12, 2017
Finished lighting inside the vein. Started the script that controls Oculus Touch interaction. We fixed the textures of cells and imported the white blood cells into Unity
September 11, 2017
We again worked on adjusting the lighting on the cancer cell in Unity. We then finished working on creating the logo for AR/VR Research. Lastly we worked on coordinating the WISRD’s Research pages.
September 7, 2017
We worked on designing logo for Virtualization. We all set up the Cancer Cell page and Cameron worked on resetting lighting inside the vein in Unity
September 5, 2017
Finished cancer cell and exported it into Unity.
September 31, 2017
Started making the Cancer cell using the program Fusion360 by Autodesk
August 31, 2017
We worked on getting the camera and lighting in the vein to view the right area. We downloaded music to put it into the application, then tested it out with the Oculus. Started working on the actual cancer cell in Fusion 360.
August 29, 2017
Uploaded the red blood cells and the vein from Avery’s SketchUp drawings to Unity to begin our 3D Cancer Cell.
August 28, 2017
Brought team our together, had first introduction to VR by Will.