Fast, handles big colored models, UI could be better <p>This app is quite good. It is fast, handles big models, and supports multiple formats, including color. <p> You need to transfer models from another device into the local file system. <p> The UI is intuitive, but could use some improvements. On my Nexus 5 (where it now works thanks to the recent Ministro II update), the text in the left-hand panel is too small. The buttons at the bottom do not always respond immediately. A button to reset the view would be helpful.
I like MeshLab for Android. I like MeshLab for Android. But I really really wish it would have an option for displaying edges. I could not find options for various display modes aside from point cloud , flat and shaded. There are many other simple permutations ... at least one of which should involve showing edges in some clear way. Wireframe composite over shared or over flat would be nice.
Won't run Samsung Note 3. Not working no errors just won't work. Runs great on my friends Iphone. A shame since every other 3d viewer on android isn't half as good as this, if it would only run right
GREAT ! ! ! Ministro on the other hand is having some issues. I don't know who's fault it is and I'm not pointing fingers. I used TB to freeze the states of Meshlab and Ministro (when their working) and if they get a hiccup, I just restore their state. I think that it would help to work out the issues between Meshlab and Ministro so that more people could use this app easily. Thank you Meshlab and Ministro for making this app free.
Very good viewer for 3d models on android. This is not a feature rich app, but it seems to handle complex models better than other viewers available on android. Also, this is the most intuitive viewer. It looks like development has stopped, which is unfortunate.
An outstanding beginning. This is difficult to install. It requires the Ministro service to find and download it's Qt dependencies (those come from KDE). That may require two or three attempts while it tries to work them out. No idea how you would back those up? Although the models included have the suffix .ply it will take .obj files. Those have to be place into it's folder before starting the program for it to see them. Having seen other programs fail miserably and seeing the smoothness of this I have no hesitation in giving it 5 stars. My Elephant was huge and it loaded it in seconds and rotated it smoothly. Next we need the program updated to do textures and then to pose the objects being viewed, and then to load two or more at the same time (and a landscape with a sky etc, etc.), and then some animation. So it's a good start but we need textures and posing and then rendering our finished result. Presently it seems to be a viewer, but you already new what the files were supposed to look like right? Now we want it to do something with the object? Still kudos for make it work at all, include the dependencies with the file and you have a complete program.
First Android version.