## How to Shape Model - Part 7 - Model visualization

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In this tutorial, I’ll go over different strategies to visualize your shape model.

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In this tutorial, I’ll go over different strategies to visualize your shape model.

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In this tutorial, I’ll go over different strategies to evaluate how good a shape model actually is.

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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use the deformable model that we created to establish correspondence between meshes.

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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to define the space of deformations our template mesh can undergo. So we will go from a static mesh, to a parameterized model that defines a space of deformations on the template, which we e.g. can randomly sample from to visually see the space of deformations.

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In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to design the reference shape of your shape model. We’ll go from this noisy segmented mesh to a clean and smooth mesh which will dramatically improve the usefulness of our shape model.

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In this tutorial, I’ll show you different methods to rigidly align your dataset. We will go from randomly aligned meshes to a well-aligned set of meshes from where it is much simpler to establish point-correspondence.

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In this series, I’ll show you how to get from a set of 3d meshes to a 3D statistical shape model. So let’s get right into it!