The first thing to do is to log:
- Click on the "Log In" button (top right)
- Choose your most adapted way to log (for LNCO members, choose "Login for Swiss Universities" and enter your Gaspard credentials)
- In order to be able to download the ExpyVR source code from c4science, you need to create a VCS password, so click on your icon profile image (top right), select "Settings", in the left click on "VCS Password" and define a password. Do not use special characters like '@' and quotes.
ExpyVR is free and open-source, but LNCO policy is to establish a partnership with people or laboratories willing to use it. Therefore, the procedure for obtaining ExpyVR requires that you first contact us in order to be granted the authorizations for obtaining the full code.
- If you are a LNCO member you have to click here to be added as a LNCO user.
- For the others, please write an email to Florian Lance, explaining your motivations for using ExpyVR. You'll also need to register to c4science. In response your profile will be added as an extern user and you will be able to install it.
Once you have been registered as an ExpyVR user you can download the client, go to the release section select ExpyVR-1.0.zip and download it by clicking on the file icon in the middle.
After the downloading, extract the zip archive and move the directory where you want. Just click on expyvr.bat to launch it.
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