“We have all been students once and remember how difficult it was to source industry-standard datasets for our school projects. And so since day one we have been strong supporters of student and academic research projects.” said Milo Spisz, the 3D Modelling Lead at AccuCities. “But we make no secret that this cooperation with scholars is part of our business operations as it gives us the opportunity to work with world-class researchers but also to be among the first people to see (and hopefully implement) the results of their research.”
With a detailed study and AccuCities 3D model their experimental evaluation showed that their method is more robust, efficient and accurate than the stare of the art work. Compared to previous methods that have been used, their methodology is much more simpler, and it does not relay face normals out of the input triangle soups and can completely, accurately, fully recover zero volume structures.