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MESH (Measuring Error between Surfaces using the Hausdorff distance) is a tool that measures distortion between two discrete surfaces (triangular meshes). It uses the Hausdorff distance to compute a maximum, mean, and root-mean-square errors between two given surfaces. Besides providing figures, MESH can also display the error values on the surface itself through a GUI (Qt-based).


Recent releases

  •  25 Oct 2004 13:59

    Release Notes: A new file format (OFF) is now supported. Numerous file format detection bugs were also fixed.

    •  18 Aug 2004 12:07

      Release Notes: A model reader was fixed to allow files starting with whitespace. The file format detection code was cleaned up.

      •  27 May 2003 11:47

        Release Notes: This release adds panning to the 3D viewer(s), which have been cleaned up. The spec file to build RPMS is now part of the distribution.

        •  26 Mar 2003 16:46

          Release Notes: This release fixes a few potential bugs in the buffered input code, and in the "demo" mode. It also adds support for reading binary files, resulting in faster IO.

          •  15 Jan 2003 10:11

            Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of bugs that were affecting the GUI and model reader, and adds a "demo" mode.


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