Stanford Bunny

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

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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