3D Puzzles - Reassembling Fractured Objects by Geometric Matching
These webpages provide the input digital models of the broken fragments as used in the examples of our SIGGRAPH 2006 paper on reassembling broken objects by geometric matching. All data sets were scanned using a Minolta VIVID-900 3D laser scanner and an Isel RF1 rotary stage. We provide the original scan-datasets as well as 3D digital models of the fragments for each example.
The CDM data format is the native format of the Minolta 3D scanner and contains the raw scan data. The PCD point cloud data format is an ASCII file where the first row contains the number N of data points and then each of the N following rows is of the form "x y z nx ny nz".
- x, y, z: are the point coordinates,
- nx, ny, nz: are the unit surface normal vectors,
3D Puzzle Fragment Data
- Gargoyle (stone, 30 fragments)
- Cake (mortar, 11 fragments)
- Brick (stone, 6 fragments)
- Venus (clay, 7 fragments)
- Sculpture (clay, 15 fragments)
- Head (clay, 12 fragments)
- Forma Urbis Romae (marble, 1186 fragments)
If you use any of our datasets please acknowledge it with "3D models are courtesy by Vienna University of Technology".
(c) GMIG 2004-2006; http://www.geometrie.tuwien.ac.at/ig/