Open3D 0.17 Released For Open-Source 3D Data Processing

Written by Michael Larabel in Free Software on 15 March 2023 at 06:38 AM EDT. Add A Comment
Open3D as an open-source library for 3D data processing from 3D machine learning tasks to adaptable viewing of 3D data is out with its newest feature release.

Open3D v0.17 is the new release and comes with more than 150 issues resolved compared to the prior release. Open3D 0.17 also has support for differentiable rendering with Mitsuba, a new lighter Python wheel for Linux x86_64 for systems without NVIDIA CUDA, Open3D viewer app support for Windows, Apple Silicon wheels now come with 3DML support, and various other improvements.

Open3D 0.17 example image

Open3D is developed as part of the Embodied AI Foundation along with their CARLA autonomous driving simulator and OpenBot smartphone-to-robot open-source software. An extensive look at all the shiny new features with Open3D 0.17 can be found via the project's GitHub.
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