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.
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 Thingiverse.com between Sept. 16, 2009 and Nov. 15, 2015. To learn more, please visit the Thingi10k site.