The QSplat Multiresolution Point Rendering System
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QSplat is known to work well with the following configurations:
QSplat will run on slower computers, but may only achieve acceptable quality when set to smaller window sizes and/or lower frame rates. For systems without hardware-accelerated OpenGL, you may use either a software OpenGL implementation or QSplat's internal software-only rasterizer.
The released binaries have the following requirements:
The following are needed to recompile QSplat from source:
For further details, including instructions on how to run QSplat and QSplatMake, please see the README.
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