Open3D 0.9.0 Release Notes
The Open3D team and the Open Source Vision Foundation are proud to present the 0.9.0 release of the Open3D library.
This release brings two exciting algorithms for processing point clouds and meshes: Poisson surface reconstruction and as-rigid-as-possible deformation. You can find a reference for how to use these algorithms in the following examples:
The problems related to headless mode rendering have also been solved in this release, among other bug fixes!
This is the last release of Open3D with support for Python 2.7.
On behalf of the Open3D team, we would like to thank our technical writer, Rohan Rathi and the Google season of docs organization for their help in the critical task of improving Open3D documentation. Your contribution has served to make Open3D more accessible to new users.
We are also happy to announce our new Discourse forum, which becomes the official way to discuss issues related to Open3D.
In an effort to improve our communication with the Open3D community and all the developers that use this library, we have created a new mailing list: email@example.com. Here developers and contributors can obtain first-hand information about the development progress of Open3D, the library’s roadmap, and information on how to proceed to implement new features. You can also join the mailing list via Google groups
Take a look at our documentation Open3D docs to see all the details, and send us feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also join our Discourse forum or the Discord network to participate in the development discussions.
Find the full changelog here.