This code implements the denoising algorithm in the following paper:
- Wangyu Zhang, Bailin Deng, Juyong Zhang, Sofien Bouaziz, Ligang Liu. Guided mesh normal filtering. Pacific Graphics 2015.
It also implements the denoising methods from the following papers for comparison:
- Shachar Fleishman, Iddo Drori, and Daniel Cohen-Or. 2003. Bilateral mesh denoising. ACM Trans. Graph. 22, 3 (July 2003), 950-953.
- Thouis R. Jones, Frédo Durand, and Mathieu Desbrun. 2003. Non-iterative, feature-preserving mesh smoothing. ACM Trans. Graph. 22, 3 (July 2003), 943-949.
- Xianfang Sun, P. L. Rosin, R. R. Martin, and F. C. Langbein. 2007. Fast and Effective Feature-Preserving Mesh Denoising. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 13, 5 (September 2007), 925-938.
- Youyi Zheng, Hongbo Fu, Oscar Kin-Chung Au, and Chiew-Lan Tai. 2011. Bilateral Normal Filtering for Mesh Denoising. IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 17, 10 (October 2011), 1521-1530.
- Lei He and Scott Schaefer. 2013. Mesh denoising via L0 minimization. ACM Trans. Graph. 32, 4, Article 64 (July 2013).
The code has been tested on the following platforms:
- Windows 10 with Qt 5.11.2, Qt Creator 4.7.1, and MSVC 2017 Community Edition (older versions of MSVC may not work);
- Debian Buster with Qt 5.11.1, Qt Creator 4.6.2, and GCC 8.2.0.
Compiling the source code:
Make sure you have Qt (https://www.qt.io) installed . Then open the file
src/MeshDenoising.pro with Qt Creator, and build the source code.
The following table explains the functionality for the GUI icons.
Please see the supplementary material for details about the parameters in each mesh denoising algorithm or see the code of each algorithm (function initParameters() in .cpp).
This software is released under GNU LGPL V3.