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firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com This code aligns historical paintings of Pompeii to a 3D model constructed from photographs. Please see the following publication for more information: B. C. Russell, J. Sivic, J. Ponce, and H. Dessales. Automatic Alignment of Paintings and Photographs Depicting a 3D Scene. 3rd International IEEE Workshop on 3D Representation for Recognition (3dRR-11), associated with ICCV 2011. Note that this code is particularly fitted to the Pompeii model. Disclaimers: The authors, INRIA, and Ecole Normale Supérieure have no liability of any kind or nature in connection with your use of this software, including liability for any consequential or incidental damages or damage to your computer hardware or software or self, and the entire risk of use (including without limitation any damage to your computer hardware or software) resides with you. You expressly agree that the use of this software is at your sole risk. This software is provided on an "as is" and "as available" basis for your use, without warranties of any kind, either express or implied, unless such warranties are legally incapable of exclusion. Note that this is research code. The authors will not provide extensive support. RUNNING THE CODE: 1. Start Matlab and type "compile" to compile all needed binaries. 2. Run "demoPreprocessMesh" to pre-process the 3D data. 3. Run "demoRetrieval" to perform coarse alignment by view-sensitive retrieval. 4. Run "demoDenseAlign" to perform fine alignment by matching view-dependent contours. NEEDED LIBRARIES: 1. libjpeg on mac: http://ethan.tira-thompson.com/Mac_OS_X_Ports.html