Glimpse of a Library
I’m currently working with the venerable Prof. Botsch on The Polygon Mesh Processing Library, an improved and extended version our
Surface_mesh data structure including a more versatile geometry representation as well as a collection of canonical geometry processing algorithms. Highlights include:
- Flexible data structures for point sets, edge sets, and surface meshes including dynamic property handling and topological changes.
- Implementations of classical geometry processing algorithms such as surface remeshing, simplification, or smoothing.
- Visualization utilities based on OpenGL® for rapid prototyping.
- A liberal 3-clause BSD license allowing for academic, open-source, and commercial usage.
If you are curious, check out the homepage at www.pmp-library.org and the corresponding GitHub project. Keep in mind, however, there’s no official release yet. Things are still in flux and might change quite a bit. Early feedback is more than welcome. If you’ve got any comments or suggestions, please drop me a mail or submit an issue.