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