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CloudCompare is a 3D point cloud processing software (such as those obtained with a laser scanner). It can also handle triangular meshes and calibrated images. Originally created during a collaboration between Telecom ParisTech and the R&D division of EDF, the CloudCompare project began in 2003 with the PhD of Daniel Girardeau-Montaut on Change detection on 3D geometric data. At that time, its main purpose was to quickly detect changes in 3D high density point clouds acquired with laser scanners in industrial facilities (such as power plants) or building sites. Afterwards it evolved towards a more general and advanced 3D data processing software. It is now an independent open source project and a free software.

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  • CloudCompare est un logiciel d'édition et de traitement de nuages de points 3D (ainsi que de maillages surfaciques triangulaires). Il a été initialement créé pour effectuer des comparaisons entre deux nuages de points 3D denses (tels que ceux obtenus avec des scanners lasers) ou entre un nuage et un maillage. Il est basé sur une structure octree particulière optimisée pour ce type d'application. Il est aussi conçu pour traiter et afficher de très gros nuages de points (plus de 10 millions de points typiquement).
  • CloudCompare is a 3D point cloud processing software (such as those obtained with a laser scanner). It can also handle triangular meshes and calibrated images. Originally created during a collaboration between Telecom ParisTech and the R&D division of EDF, the CloudCompare project began in 2003 with the PhD of Daniel Girardeau-Montaut on Change detection on 3D geometric data. At that time, its main purpose was to quickly detect changes in 3D high density point clouds acquired with laser scanners in industrial facilities (such as power plants) or building sites. Afterwards it evolved towards a more general and advanced 3D data processing software. It is now an independent open source project and a free software.
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  • CloudCompare est un logiciel d'édition et de traitement de nuages de points 3D (ainsi que de maillages surfaciques triangulaires). Il a été initialement créé pour effectuer des comparaisons entre deux nuages de points 3D denses (tels que ceux obtenus avec des scanners lasers) ou entre un nuage et un maillage. Il est basé sur une structure octree particulière optimisée pour ce type d'application. Il est aussi conçu pour traiter et afficher de très gros nuages de points (plus de 10 millions de points typiquement).
  • CloudCompare is a 3D point cloud processing software (such as those obtained with a laser scanner). It can also handle triangular meshes and calibrated images. Originally created during a collaboration between Telecom ParisTech and the R&D division of EDF, the CloudCompare project began in 2003 with the PhD of Daniel Girardeau-Montaut on Change detection on 3D geometric data. At that time, its main purpose was to quickly detect changes in 3D high density point clouds acquired with laser scanners in industrial facilities (such as power plants) or building sites. Afterwards it evolved towards a more general and advanced 3D data processing software. It is now an independent open source project and a free software. CloudCompare provides a set of basic tools for manually editing and rendering 3D points clouds and triangular meshes. It also offers various advanced processing algorithms, among which methods for performing: * projections (axis-based, cylinder or a cone unrolling, ...) * registration (ICP, ...) * distance computation (cloud-cloud or cloud-mesh nearest neighbor distance, ...) * statistics computation (spatial Chi-squared test, ...) * segmentation (connected components labeling, front propagation based, ...) * geometric features estimation (density, curvature, roughness, geological plane orientation, ...) CloudCompare can handle unlimited scalar fields per point cloud on which various dedicated algorithms can be applied (smoothing, gradient evaluation, statistics, etc.). A dynamic color rendering system helps the user to visualize per-point scalar fields in an efficient way. Therefore, CloudCompare can also be used to visualize N-D data. The user can interactively segment 3D entities (with a 2D polyline drawn on screen), interactively rotate/translate one ore several entities relatively to the others, interactively pick single points or couples of points (to get the corresponding segment length) or triplets of points (to get the corresponding angle and plane normal). The latest version also supports the creation of 2D labels attached to points or rectangular areas annotations. CloudCompare is available on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms, for both 32 and 64 bits architectures. It is developed in C++ with Qt.
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