Thingi10K won 2017 Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing Dataset Award

August 10, 2017

Thingi10K won this year’s Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing Dataset Award. This award is aimed to encourage and recognize the importance of the distribution of high-quality datasets on which geometry processing algorithms are tested. Thingi10k was done by Qingnan (James) Zhou from Adobe Research and his collaborator, Alec Jacobson from University of Toronto.

About Thingi10k

Thingi10K is a large scale 3D dataset created to study the variety, complexity, and quality of real-world 3D printing models. We analyze every mesh of all things featured on between Sept. 16, 2009 and Nov. 15, 2015. To learn more, please visit the Thingi10k site.