Xifeng Gao, Wenzel Jakob, Marco Tarini, Daniele Panozzo,
A collection of 106 hex-dominant meshes generated using the Instant Meshes algorithm, whose implementation is available on github. This datset is based upon the polycube datasets curated by Xiao-Ming Fu, Chong-Yang Bai1, and Yang Liu.
Xifeng Gao, Daniele Panozzo, Wenping Wang, Zhigang Deng, Guoning Chen,
A large datasets of 194 hexahedral meshes, produced with field-aligned, polycube, and octree methods. All the meshes have also been simplified and optimized with the Robust Structure Simplification algorithm, whose implementation is available on github.
Qingnan Zhou, Alec Jacobson,
We present a new dataset of 10,000 models collected from an online 3D printing model-sharing database. Via analysis of both geometric (e.g., triangle aspect ratios, manifoldness) and contextual (e.g., licenses, tags, classes) characteristics, we demonstrate that this dataset represents a more concise summary of real-world models used for 3D printing compared to existing datasets. To facilitate future research endeavors, we also present an online query interface to select subsets of the dataset according to project-specific characteristics. The complete dataset and per-model statistical data are freely available to the public.
Ashish Myles, Nico Pietroni, Denis Zorin,
A collection of 114 triangle meshes, equipped with a cross-field, and parametrized using a variety of field-aligned parmetrization methods. The dataset has been introduced in the Robust Field-Aligned Global Parametrization paper. It has been subsequently used for quad-dominant remeshing (dataset, code), and for generating globally bijective UV maps (dataset,code).
Nico Schertler, Marco Tarini, Wenzel Jakob, Misha Kazhdan, Stefan Gumhold, Daniele Panozzo,
6 sets of range scans acquired with the HP 3D Scanner. All scans are equipped with per-vertex colors, and a set of triangular and quadrilateral surfaces recostructed using the Field-Aligned Online Surface Reconstruction algorithm, whose implementation is available on github.
Oliver Mattausch, Daniele Panozzo, Claudio Mura, Olga Sorkine-Hornung, Renato Pajarola,
Point-cloud scans of 3 office floors, for a total of 40 rooms, acquired using a FARO scanner. The data is available in binary ply (Office 1, Office 2, Office 3) or in original range grid (ptx) format. This datasets has been introduced in the paper Object Detection and Classification from Large-Scale Cluttered Indoor Scans whose implementation is available here.