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A measure for assessing the quality of a 3D mesh is necessary in order to determine whether an operation on the mesh, such as watermarking or compression, affects the perceived quality. The studies on this field are limited when compared to the studies for 2D. In this work, we aim a full-reference perceptual quality metric for animated meshes to predict the visibility of local distortions on the mesh surface. The proposed visual quality metric is independent of connectivity and materialdoi:10.1186/s13640-016-0157-y fatcat:ogy5af7j6fhzzfpngzhiqi6meq