CloudCompare: 3D point cloud and mesh processing software. CloudCompare is a 3D point cloud (and triangular mesh) processing software. It was originally designed to perform comparison between two 3D points clouds (such as the ones obtained with a laser scanner) or between a point cloud and a triangular mesh. It relies on an octree structure that is highly optimized for this particular use-case. It was also meant to deal with huge point clouds (typically more than 10 million points, and up to 120 million with 2 GB of memory).
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- Gao, W., Nan, L., Boom, B., Ledoux, H.: SUM: A benchmark dataset of Semantic Urban Meshes (2021) not zbMATH
- Liangliang Nan: Easy3D: a lightweight, easy-to-use, and efficient C++ library for processing and rendering 3D data (2021) not zbMATH