Participants : Patrick Reuter [ correspondant ] , Nicolas Mellado.
ArcheoTUI is a software for the virtual reassembly of fractured archeological objects via tangible interaction with foot pedal declutching. ArcheoTUI is designed to easily change assembly hypotheses, beyond classical undo/redo, by using a scene graph. The software connects to the database of the broken fragments that are organized in an SQL database. In 2009, we enhanced the ArcheoTUI software with the results of the Master thesis of Nicolas Mellado : a local semi-automatic assembly algorithm based on the ICP (iterative corresponding point) algorithm, that works in real-time.