These are the guides for the QtQuick based 3D-Display describing the features of the newest version. They are designed to immediately make you productive with the QtQuick 3D-Display.

Guide assumptions

Please have a look in the change log which ADTF version is minimum required. The display should be located in the addons folder of ADTF (named qt3ddisplay). Otherwise you have to add the binary/plugindescription folder into your ADTF Configuration Editor settings. However, to get the most out of it, you should meet these prerequisites:

Further resources about the Display and ADTF:

Start here

Getting Started

Configure a 3D application session which is displaying a simple cube and an overlay example.

General information

Navigation inside 3D scene

This tutorial describes how to navigate inside the 3D scene.

Tutorials based on QtQuick Filter

QtQuick Filter based Cube Example

This tutorial explains how to quickly implement a simple 3D cube using the QtQuick Filter.

Tutorials based on a Filter Implementation

Overlay Example Filter

This tutorial explains how to implement an overlay widget.

Cube Example Filter

This tutorial explains how to implement a simple 3D cube.

Advanced Tutorials

Video Example

This tutorial explains how to visualize a video inside the 3D-Scene.

Sensor Visualization Example

This tutorial explains how to visualize sensor data based on a custom geometry. The designated data is generated and transmitted by a dedicated filter.