I'm very interested in Mathias Eitz's works on SIGGRAPH 2012, so I developed OpenSSE, Just for fun.
This is an open source sketch search engine for 3D object retrieval based on sketch image as input. In fact, it can retrieve more, such as images, videos, point cloud models and volume models, you just need get their line drawing images than I know you can.
In order to clearly show how to work, I used single thread and ascii encoding for file storage.
Demo powered by OpenSSE
This demo deals with 3D mesh models. See more search results, click demo videos.
Note: The below demos are NOT powered by OpenSSE, but I think they share the same field. And also I am very interested in them, so list here:
How to install
After installed OpenSSE's dependency - OpenCV 3.0.0+, You can compile and install it like below:
mkdir release && cd release cmake .. make make install
More detail info, go to OpenSSE Wiki
- Recognize sketch
- Speed up train steps
- Support big image set
If you have any question or idea, please email to me.