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The Stanford Bunny

July 8, 2007

The Stanford Bunny is one of the most commonly used test models in computer graphics. It is a collection of 69,451 triangles, and it was assembled from range images of a clay bunny that is roughly 7.5 inches high. Below is a synthetic rendering of the model, courtesy of Peter Lindstrom. This Web page describes where the model came from, tells why it was created in the first place, discusses the relative merits of using it as a test model in graphics research, and shows some example images. Read more.