That is not the point. I can modify it, provided I do have a mac, a
developer licence, and the time and resources required to do it. And then
it would still be only for myself, unless I go trough the app submission to
the apple appstore (that takes another fair share of time and resources).
Unfortunately, I do not have time to keep up another software project
(beside the ones I am already providing to the community) and, frankly, it
should be an Occipital concern...
As all the 3D scanners I have worked with (and, believe me, it is not a
small number), DO have a bundled software, good enough for basic work, I
assumed it was the case also for this one.
Even though Occipital is just interested in the sensors market, not having
a bundled scaning app is a terrible drawback.
If it is so easy to modify, get an intern and make him do it.