Just a quick news to announce that the Samantha binaries (for non-commercial use) and the J-Linkage code (bsd license) has been released on the 3dflow website.
The university of Verona has a new spin-off: 3DFlow.
3Dflow will provide cutting-edge solutions and software components involving Computer Vision and Image Processing.
I’ve added two new papers that were accepted to the European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV – Heraklion, Crete) and the Visual Computer Journal.
The first paper describes a method to extract a meaningful triangulated surface from sparse, noisy, unstructured points clouds typically produced by a SaM pipeline. This is an ongoing research and I hope to improve the results by the end of my phd. A video with some results is shown below:
The second paper is an extension of a previous work on mesh Retrieval using a Bag of Words approach.