Scale Property

Summary
Gets or sets the scale of the 3D object.
Syntax
C#
C++
public float Scale { get; set; } 
vb[VB Syntax] 
  
Public Property Scale As Single 
public: 
property float Scale { 
   float get(); 
   void set (    float ); 
} 

Property Value

Value that indicates the scale of the 3D object. If the scale of the object is not the same along the 3 axes, the scale will return 100.

Remarks

The valid range is from 2 to 200. Setting the scale value to "100" means using 100 percent of the original dimension (no scaling). Setting the scale to 200 is equivalent to multiplying the original dimensional length by 2. Negative numbers are invalid. All numbers outside this range are set to the nearest valid interval point (so it will be either 2 or 200).

The Scale property enlarges object dimensions whereas the Medical3DCamera.Zoom property moves the camera closer to the object.

Example
C#
using Leadtools; 
using Leadtools.Codecs; 
using Leadtools.MedicalViewer; 
using Leadtools.Medical3D; 
 
public void Medical3DControlExample() 
{ 
   Medical3DLoadDICOMSeriesExamples LoadObject = new Medical3DLoadDICOMSeriesExamples(); 
   MedicalViewerSeriesManager output = LoadObject.LoadJamesHead(); 
 
   MainForm1 form = new MainForm1(output); 
   form.ShowDialog(); 
} 
 
// MainForm1 will be the owner of the medical viewer control. 
class MainForm1 : Form 
{ 
   private Medical3DControl _medical3DControl; 
 
   public MainForm1(MedicalViewerSeriesManager output) 
   { 
      RasterCodecs _codecs = new RasterCodecs(); 
      RasterImage _image; 
 
      CodecsImageInfo codecsInformation; 
 
      _medical3DControl = new Medical3DControl(); 
      this.SizeChanged += new EventHandler(MainForm1_SizeChanged); 
      this.FormClosing += new FormClosingEventHandler(MainForm1_FormClosing); 
 
      _medical3DControl.ObjectsContainer.Objects.Add(new Medical3DObject()); 
 
      int index; 
 
      codecsInformation = _codecs.GetInformation((string)output.Stacks[0].Items[0].Data, true); 
 
 
      int width = codecsInformation.Width; 
      int height = codecsInformation.Height; 
      int depth = 256; 
 
      _medical3DControl.ObjectsContainer.Objects[0].MemoryEfficientInit(depth); 
 
      for (index = 0; index < depth; index++) 
      { 
 
         _image = _codecs.Load((string)output.Stacks[0].Items[index].Data, 0, CodecsLoadByteOrder.BgrOrGrayOrRomm, 1, 1); 
         _medical3DControl.ObjectsContainer.Objects[0].MemoryEfficientSetFrame(_image, index, output.Stacks[0].Items[index].ImagePosition, true); 
      } 
 
      string spearator = ("\\"); 
      string[] test = output.Stacks[0].Items[0].ImageOrientation.Split(spearator.ToCharArray()); 
      float[] orientation = new float[6]; 
      int i; 
      for (i = 0; i < 6; i++) 
      { 
         orientation[i] = (float)Convert.ToDouble(test[i]); 
      } 
 
      _medical3DControl.ObjectsContainer.Objects[0].MemoryEfficientEnd(orientation, output.Stacks[0].PixelSpacing); 
 
 
      _medical3DControl.AddAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Scale3DObject); 
      _medical3DControl.SetAction(MedicalViewerActionType.Scale3DObject, MedicalViewerMouseButtons.Left, MedicalViewerActionFlags.Active); 
 
      Controls.Add(_medical3DControl); 
   } 
 
   void MainForm1_FormClosing(object sender, FormClosingEventArgs e) 
   { 
      _medical3DControl.Dispose(); 
   } 
 
 
 
 
   void MainForm1_SizeChanged(object sender, EventArgs e) 
   { 
      if (_medical3DControl != null) 
         _medical3DControl.Size = new Size(this.ClientRectangle.Right, this.ClientRectangle.Bottom); 
   } 
} 
Requirements

Target Platforms

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