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# SHAPE.TXT

## Description

This text file is the shape model that SPC uses. SHAPE.TXT is output by densify.

The shape is in the ICQ format, which is basically a 6-sided cube. Q size (resolution) values are between 8 and 512 in increments of factors of 2: 8, 16, 32, 64, 128, 256, 512.

• I feel like I need something more in the previous to finish explaining what this output is and how it comes out of densify. But the stuff that I put under the sample seemed like it explained what is there. Maybe part of it goes in the description and less of it in the explanation???

Here is a sample SHAPE.TXT file:

```         128
-218.72182    -8.78589   136.89489
-217.94953    -6.10207   138.09736
-217.59664    -3.46244   139.74751
-216.83911    -0.75086   140.98874
-216.04842     1.95086   142.19411
-215.34667     4.53459   143.49143
-214.06968     7.13078   144.16124
-212.35048     9.69145   144.34511
-210.62577    12.23122   144.54863
-209.47201    14.69014   145.33889
-208.85169    17.21845   146.67393
-208.58685    19.86090   148.37467
.....```

The output values are:

Line 1 - Q (resolution). This gives the number of nodes for i and j. Multiple Q by 6 coordinate vector spaces to fill out the entire region.

• Q*Q*6 is the total number of nodes, and line entries in this file.

• A Q of 512 is the largest that we represent. It contains 1.5 million vertices and is 56 MB uncompressed.

Lines 2 and following - The location of a vertex in i, j, k space (Cartesian coordinates).

(Compiled by KD)

SHAPE.TXT (last edited 2016-07-24 06:36:12 by BMittan)