Surface Reconstruction Toolbox is composed by several executables file that can be used as standalones or integrate into other applications.
The current release includes:
RobustCrust: an algorithm based on the PowerCrust. It always return a watertight triangulation but only works on cloud representing a volume
BallPivoting: tha famous algorithm from Bernardini that simulates a ball pivoting
SCBMesher: triangulates million of points at speedlight, very useful on model that requires millions of points to satisfy accuracy specifications.
QuickTerrain: for terrain triangulations. It uses a fast Delaunay triangulator to tessellate surfaces in the z=f(x,y) form.


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A set of routines for reconstructing surfaces from cloud of points, from seismic surveys, from 3D meshes, from meshes created with marching cubes, from 3D time dependent meshes, etc.

(1) Adaptive BackTracing Scratching Techniques on Scalable Surface Reconstruction
(2) A Tutorial On Surface Reconstruction Methods From Point Clouds
(3) Original Gromp Surfacing Toolbox
The BTP-SR Toolbox Description:
The BTP-SR toolbox is an interactive toolbox for large scale reconstructions of objects using surface reconstruction techniques.
It includes several components for 3D reconstruction, such as:
Surface Reconstruction by backtracing.
The algorithm based on Gromp’s work by Laaksonen.
Super-sparsity based approaches.
Smoothness based approaches.
Other methods that use geometric information from a point cloud, as marching cubes or LSD.
The BTP-SR toolbox includes an interactive surface reconstruction system based on a front-end and an internal engine.
The user may interact with the software to specify control points, edge information, and surface reconstruction techniques.
Interactions are performed directly in 3D space, so the BTP-SR toolbox is user-friendly and runs on any system (Linux, MacOS, Windows) with a graphical interface.
The engine currently has implemented for several points cloud registration and backtracing methods and they are covered by multiple tutorials and documentation.
With the BTP-SR, user can implement and test the various point cloud registration and backtracing methods (such as Reuleaux, DynamicSLIC, HKS, DynamicSLC, etc.) using different surface reconstruction techniques.

The BTP-SR toolbox is the reference for the BTP-SR projects: the collection of surface reconstruction projects under the BTP-SR Github organisation.
As a bonus, BTP-SR also provides a number of technical tools for surface reconstruction:
The following sections describe how to use the BTP-SR toolbox to reconstruct surfaces:
It contains the basic prerequisites for running BTP-SR toolbox on your system.
A 3D point cloud or a 3D mesh of objects to reconstruct.
Functionalities of the toolbox description:
Create a registration mesh from the input mesh.
This is the most generic of the prerequisites and is required to run BTP-SR toolbox.
It is recommended to use the

Surface Reconstruction Toolbox

The karroNcoDE Macro is a very fast command line utility that can edit the keystrokes used to execute the defined macros.
This package is not in sync with the karroBase package, but this is a very useful application for autogeneration and migration of macros.
You can use the macro export tool to export macros and call them later in karroBase with
karroBase -m macroName
karroBase -n MacroName -e MacroExportName.kbl

SKETCHBIM Documentation files.
This package contains also a tool that can import in Sketchflow some commands and internal macros. This is very useful for Sketchflow modeling that use macros to simulate complex behaviors.
SketchBiM has two import functions:
karroBiMImportSimulationCalls.kbl: this import a.kbl file (same as the.kbl file of karroBase) in Sketchflow simulation calls.
karroBiMImportSketchbiM.kbl: this import a.kbl file in Sketchflow initialization. You can use it to add your own models, skeleton, and macros.
You can check this karroBiMImporter.kbl file with a hex editor to see how they are implemented.

QuickTerrain C++ example is an example implementation in C++ language of the QuickTerrain tool. It shows you how to develop an application that implements triangulation of terrain data to obtain a desired triangulation.

The Vexim is a C++ software for automatic modeling and optimization of mechanical structures in Space.
This project is a free and open source software under the terms of the GNU GPL.
It is published for educational purposes only and is not an official product of the European Space Agency or of the Italian Space Agency.

Vexim was created in the Space Center in Rome and it is the successor of the “Celeste-1” project.
You can learn more about Vexim on the official project’s page.

Original Commercial Author:

Space Center Rome, Italy




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#define V3(a,b,c) float3 (a.x,b.y,c.z)

#include “MathFuncs.h”
#include “MathCommon.h”
#include “Precision.h”
#include “MathTypes.h”
#include “Debug.h”
#include “MathDegenerate.h”


using namespace MathCommon;
using namespace MathDegenerate;

float3 flipNorm (float3 x, float3 y)
return V3(y.z, -x.y, x.z);

float3 mag (const float3& a)
return (a.x*a.x + a.y*a.y + a.z*a.z);

int3 nrm (const float3& a)
return (a.x*a.x + a.y*a.y + a.z*a.z);

#define magsq(x) (x.x*x.x + x.y*x.y + x.z*x.z)
#define sigmaksq(x) (x.x*x.x + x.y*x.y + x.z*x.z)

float dtsq(float4 a, float4 b)
return (b.x – a.x)*(b.x – a.x) + (b.y – a.y)*(b.y – a.y) + (b.z – a.z)*(b.z – a.z);

float3 dtsqinv(float3 dtsq, float3 a)
dtsq = magsq(dtsq);
return maginv(dtsq, a);

float3 dtsqinv(float3 dtsq, float3 b)
dtsq = magsq(dtsq);
return dtsqinv(dtsq, b);

float dot3(const float3& a, const float3& b

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This toolbox provides triangulation methods for surface reconstruction in 3D.
All the algorithms are optimized for speed and memory management.

Speed is reached by using a z-filling technique for example and by using the PowerPC instruction set to avoid unnecessary vectorization.

The main algorithms in the SRT are:

– Bubble, SCBMesher: fast algorithm that reconstructs surfaces from point clouds. It can be parametrized using an error tolerance and the z-filling parameter.

– BOPW, RobustCrust, BallPivoting: implement very fast algorithms based on the fast Delaunay triangulator.


The SRT was initially created by Nicola Piccioni in 2003 and was updated with the release 1.0 in 2004.
The code is distributed as a set of independent executables.
In 2006 a new set of executables was released that included the algorithms for terrain triangulation.


The SRT is distributed as a set of independent executables.
The source code of the SRT is free for distribution but not free for use.
The GNU General Public License is applied to the code of the SRT.

Application fields:

The main application fields of the SRT are:

– Surface reconstruction from cloud of points

– Surface reconstruction of 3D scenes (polygonal meshes, quadric meshes, surfaces)

– Surface reconstruction from volumes (3D point clouds or polygonal meshes)


Copyright 2003, 2004 Nicola Piccioni
Copyright 2006, 2006 Nicola Piccioni, Ugo Sala, Giulio Gioia
Copyright 2006, 2006 Nicola Piccioni, Ugo Sala, Giulio Gioia, Giancarlo Mazzocchi

See also:

The SRT is integrated into several applications and it is provided as a set of standalone executables.
Here are some links:


An example that implements the algorithm based on the PowerCrust.

An example that implements the algorithm based on the PowerCrust and the SCBMesher.

Additional resources:

Official Homepage:

Official Wiki:

Wiki page for algorithm implementations:


A short list of credits for software and hardware that were used to create the SRT:


* PowerCrust
* G

System Requirements:

I. Requires an Internet connection. The game can be played offline but access to some content may not be available.
II. Requires a copy of the R-16 SE.
III. Standard Xbox 360 controller.
IV. D-pad and directional pads are not required.
V. D-pad and directional pad are used to view information.
VI. D-pad is used to change your selected direction.
VII. Numeric keypad is not required.
VIII. Supplied with the Game.

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