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Stanford Bunny

3D test model created from scanning a ceramic figurine of a rabbit

Originator: Greg Turk and Marc Levoy

Computer graphics 3D test model developed by Greg Turk and Marc Levoy in 1994 at Stanford University. The bunny consists of data describing 69,451 triangles determined by 3D scanning a ceramic figurine of a rabbit. This model and others were scanned to test methods of range scanning physical objects. (Wikipedia)

Examples

Basic Examples

Retrieve the ResourceObject:

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ResourceObject["Stanford Bunny"]
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View the default content element:

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ResourceData["Stanford Bunny"]
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Visualization

Reconstruct a surface from 3D data:

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ListSurfacePlot3D[ResourceData["Stanford Bunny", "VertexData"], 
 MaxPlotPoints -> 50]
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Wolfram Research, "Stanford Bunny" from the Wolfram Data Repository (2016) https://doi.org/10.24097/wolfram.91305.data

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