The T2PSL project has the goal to develop processing methods to resolve common issues raised by the consolidation of 3D colored point clouds obtained from the digitization of objects from our physical environment :
Thes method can be integrated in 3D digital production lines : filtering to eliminate imperfections, completion to recover missing parts (spatial or color), sub-sampling to minimize the size of the point clouds, and annotation to label interesting areas.
One of the objective of the T2PSL project is to provide a 3D point cloud databsed to researchers and individuals. Below are some consolidation examples conducted during the project. Click on + to see the image in full resolution.
The 3D scans carried out
The digitized models made available are all from the Saint-Lô cultural heritage. To refine the choice of models, select below a filter characterizing the model you are looking for.
Here is the list of all the available models from the T2PSL project.
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- Human statues
- Animal statues
Here is the team of the GREYC laboratory in Saint-Lô behind the T2PSL project.
This section allows you to acess member's publications
A Genetically-based Combination of Visual Saliency and Roughness for F.R. 3D Mesh Quality Assessment - A statistical study
Auteurs : Anass Nouri, Christophe Charrier, Olivier Lézoray to appear
Graph signal active contours
Auteur : Olivier Lézoray to appear
Hierarchical morphological graph signal multi-layer decomposition for editing applications
Auteur : Olivier Lézoray See publication
3D colored mesh structure-preserving filtering with adaptive p-laplacian on directed graphs
Auteurs : Sébastien Bougleux, Olivier Lézoray, Anass Nouri See publication
Global visual saliency: geometric and colorimetric saliency fusion and its applications for 3D colored meshes
Auteurs : Anass Nouri, Christophe Charrier, Olivier Lézoray See publication