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OpenGI was specially developed as an accessible, Open Source and platform-independent C library.
OpenGI is designed to help you with parameterizing triangular meshes and creating geometry images from this parameterization.









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– Symbolic representation for triangular meshes or general rectangular domains
– N-dimensional geometry images represented as single contour layer files
– Can be used with GMS and other graphic libraries
– Small memory footprint
– Simple to use
– Can be used in embedded projects
– Multi-platform, compiles on Windows, Linux, MAC OSX
– API has support for TSP’s C++, Python, OpenCL and OpenGL libraries
– Can be easily customized

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Download OpenGI source code

1) You need to download OpenGI website and build OpenGI from source code
2) If you already have OpenGI binary package and you want to change config files, you will need to change file
3) Download binary package and unzip it
4) Then the folder inside the unzipped package will be /usr/local/bin

– TSP version 6.01 works better than old versions of TSP
– If you have problems with disk space on your server, you can delete all the *_iso.{fep,fepi} folders to release some space.

Step 1: Download OpenGI Source Code

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Step 2: Build OpenGI from source code

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The current release is 1.8.6, working on the libmesh git revision 6658d19.

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OpenGI Activation

OpenGI consists of several key parts:

A set of C-libraries focused on triangular meshes and parameterizations.

A set of C-libraries focused on triangle generators and geometrical shapes.

OpenGL-based rendering and geometry processing.

An external C-program that converts the mesh-object to the geometry-object and produces an image.

OpenGI Library Overview:

First of all, OpenGI is a library made of several individual C-libraries.

The C-library for mesh modelling, libraries for parameterizing mesh objects and orthogonal parameterizations and mesh merging.

The C-library for shape generators and mesh processing.

The C-program that creates or visualizes an image from the mesh object.

Using OpenGI:

To use OpenGI in an application, you have to include the header files in your code.
Simply add the OpenGI library to your project with your preferred IDE and build your project.
Now, you have the following functions available:

* openGICreateMesh(): to create a mesh object.
* openGICreateMeshParam(): to create a mesh object with specific geometry, including in particular triangles and parametrization.
* openGICreateGeomParam(): to create a shape on a mesh object.
* openGICreateImage(): to generate an image from the mesh object, including for example the whole or a particular region of it.

Use your knowledge about the options and functionality of the OpenGI-C libraries to your application.
Here are some examples for some of the functions and parameters of OpenGI to show you how to use them in your projects:

As one example, in the case of a grid-tracing application in OpenGL, we will use the OpenGI-Mesh.h and OpenGI-MeshParam.h libraries.

1. Creating a Mesh Object in OpenGI:

First, we create a mesh object in OpenGI:

* Create Mesh Object:

.. code-block:: c++

// Create a Mesh Object
OpenGI::Mesh * mesh = new OpenGI::Mesh();

// Enter the required information into the Mesh Object
mesh->setBoundary( 60, 20, 20, 60 );

What’s New In?


OpenGI is a freeware library using C programming language.
OpenGI provides functions to load, manipulate and display triangular meshes and its partial derivatives, e.g. the gradient and the Laplacian. It supports different input formats, e.g. ASCII and binary.

OpenGI works with both sequential and parallel jobs. It can be used on distributed and single workstation, on both shared and dedicated memory system.
OpenGI supports both single and multithreaded algorithms. There are also
different types of parallel jobs that OpenGI supports.

The OpenGI library also features an adaptive mesh refinement library. It provides
a sophisticated mesh data structure and flexibility of the refinement algorithm. This library provides support for tetrahedral meshes.

OpenGI supports three basic types of mesh data: a simple array of vertex coordinates, a much more complicated array of feature points and tetrahedral cells.
OpenGI provides several methods to construct meshes from the input data, e.g. the mesh split operator.

OpenGI provides function to manipulate meshes in the context of triangular or tetrahedral meshes. OpenGI supports mesh refinement, mesh cleaning and mesh smoothing.

OpenGI provides data types for storing mesh data: vertex data (i.e. vertex coordinates or vertex features), face data (i.e. face coordinates) and element data (i.e. tetrahedral cell coordinates).

OpenGI provides mesh data structure and operations with access to mesh data and operations. All mesh data and operations are iterators in the OpenGI library.

OpenGI provides a lot of functions to visualize mesh data, e.g. gradient and Laplacian images. It is possible to create mesh visualization images for any type of mesh.

OpenGI provides functions to export mesh data for visualization purpose. It allows the user to extract necessary data and create mesh visualization image (e.g. Java plugin or Geometry image).

OpenGI provides for OpenSG and OpenSG OpenCL bindings.

OpenGI has been used in scientific research and in design of high-tech products, like an image de-noising and mesh grid techniques.

System Requirements:

The OpenGI library functions are run under the POSIX/XSI operating systems, Linux and Unix systems.

C Language Compilation:

OpenGI is a library written in C language. It can be compiled

System Requirements For OpenGI:

4:3:1 Wide Screen Standard Definition
Quad Core CPU, 2.7GHz+ Core i3
20GB Hard Drive space
DirectX 11
Minimum System Requirements:
Quad Core CPU, 2.7GHz Core i3
DirectX 10
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