MESHLAB is an advanced mesh processing system for automatic or user-assisted editing, cleaning, filtering, converting and rendering of large unstructured 3D triangular meshes.
This directory contains some information and examples that illustrate how MESHLAB can be used. For now, we simple provide a few examples of input files that can be viewed with the program.
MESHLAB reads and writes 3D triangular meshes stored in the following formats:
MESHLAB can read data in the following file formats:
MESHLAB can write data in the following file formats:
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the following license.
3DS, a data directory of examples of 3ds files, a 3D graphics file format used by 3D Studio;
GMSH, examples which illustrate the use of the gmsh program, a 3D mesh generator for the finite element method (FEM).
OBJ, a data directory which contains examples of OBJ files, a Wavefront file format for 3D graphics;
OFF, a data directory which contains examples of Object File Format (OFF) files, a Geomview file format for 3D graphics;
PLY, a data directory which contains examples of PLY files, a format for objects defined as a collection of polygons, 3D graphics;
STLA, a data directory which contains examples of ASCII stereolithography (STL) files for 3D graphics;
STLB, a data directory which contains examples of binary stereolithography (STL) files, 3D graphics;
TETGEN, examples of the use of TETGEN, a program which can compute the convex hull and Delaunay tetrahedralization of a set of 3D points, or can start with a 3D region defined by its boundaries, and construct a boundary-constrained conforming quality Delaunay mesh, by Hang Si.
teapot is an example 3ds file.
minicooper is an example obj file.
socket is an example off file.
skull is an example ply file.
liver is an example ASCII stl file.
You can go up one level to the Examples directory.