the open source system for processing and editing 3D triangular
It provides a set of tools for editing, cleaning, healing, inspecting, rendering, texturing and converting meshes. It offers features for processing raw data produced by 3D digitization tools/devices and for preparing models for 3D printing.
MeshLab 2020.12 has been released. With this version, we dismiss
meshlabserver in favour of PyMeshLab,
our new Python library for mesh batch processing using MeshLab
We release also a new version that stores data with double precision. For further details, you can read the discussion in our GitHub page.
Due to the deprecation of QtScript and all the issues related to it, we are dropping from MeshLab the support to XML plugins, and therefore all the XML plugins have been transformed to classic plugins in this MeshLab version. The involved plugins are:
We are happy to annouce that MeshLab 2020.03 is out! We set up an automatic system on our Github repository to automatically release a MeshLab version every first day of the month. Ultimate release can be found in the release page.
Note for Windows version: before installing MeshLab 2020.03, please uninstall manually any old MeshLab version. This is a known bug of the installer and will be fixed as soon as possible in future versions.
We are proud to announce that on July the 6th, at the Eurographics Symposium on Geometry Processing (SGP), MeshLab has been endowed with the prestigious Eurographics Software Award!
The award has been given for "having contributed to the scientific progress in Geometry Processing by making the software available to the public such that others can reproduce the results and further build on them in their own research work".
After a very long time, a huge rewriting process, and a strongly renewed effort the new MeshLab version is finally out!
This playlist shows the basic concepts for the 3D model handling in MeshLab.
This playlist describes interesting features of MeshLab: edit, filters, decorations, that can be useful in your everyday "mesh processing" life.
This playlist describes the main steps of the scanning pipeline performed with MeshLab.
This playlist describes way to "clean" your mesh by removing unwanted geometry or attributes.
For sharing nice pictures, reporting interesting
experiences, thanking (or blaming) the developers, or just
bragging on your last results, follow the official
facebook MeshLab page.
Remember: do not ask technical questions on facebook. (facebook is neither easily searchable nor well indexed: any effort done in answering technical questions is a bit wasted)
MeshLab sources are distributed under the GPL
3.0 Licensing Scheme.
The 'MeshLab' name is a EUIPO trademark owned by CNR.
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