VripPack is a package for volumetrically merging a set of range images. Developed as part of the project to build a 3D fax machine, it is based on a new approach to surface reconstruction from range images (see Brian Curless and Marc Levoy , A Volumetric Method for Building Complex Models from Range Images, Proceedings of SIGGRAPH96). VripPack is being made available for research and commercial use, free of charge, as described at the bottom of this web page. A closely related software package is Volfill, our diffusion-based hole filler for large polygon meshes.
Note that VripPack is designed for merging but not aligning range images. We also distribute the Scanalyze package which does have an alignment feature.
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