Download program & data here (136M).

It’s an interactive interface. To have fun, please

1)     Double click to start the program bin\release\Semantic3DRetrieval.exe

2)     Try to complete the task to find a particular 3D object from the database, by

a.      Tuning the attribute bars: whether the object is “Natural”, “Symmetric”, “Flyable”…etc

b.      Clicking the “Similar” button (in this case, the object above the button serves as the query)

c.       “Shuffle”, or “Next” page J

3)     To see the 3D object, please click the “3D” button.

 

Note: The query set not big. If you find that there is no “New Task” any more, please re-start the program. Sorry about this.

References

[1] Learning Semantic Signatures for 3D Object Retrieval. B. Gong, J. Liu, X. Wang, and X. Tang.
IEEE Transactions on Multimedia (TMM) , 2013. (Accepted) [PDF] [Demo 1] [Demo 2]

[2] 3D Object Retrieval with Semantic Attributes. B. Gong, J. Liu, X. Wang, and X. Tang.
Proceedings of the 19th ACM international conference on Multimedia (ACM MM), Scottsdale, Arizona, USA, 2011. [PDF] [Demo 1] [Demo 2]

[3] Boosting 3D Object Retrieval by Object Flexibility. B. Gong, C. Xu, J. Liu, and X. Tang.
Proceedings of the 17th ACM international conference on Multimedia (ACM MM), Beijing, China, 2009. [PDF]

[4] Philip Shilane, Patrick Min, Michael Kazhdan, and Thomas Funkhouser. The Princeton Shape Benchmark. Shape Modeling International, Genova, Italy, June 2004