Installing from PyPI or Conda¶
Supported Python versions:
Supported operating systems:
Windows 10 (64-bit)
If you have other Python versions (e.g. Python 2) or operating systems, please refer to Build from source and compile Open3D from source.
pip install open3d
Note: In general, we recommend using a
virtual environment for
containerization. Otherwise, depending on the configurations,
pip3 may be
needed for Python 3, or the
--user option may need to be used to avoid
permission issues. For example:
pip3 install open3d # or pip install --user open3d # or python3 -m pip install --user open3d
Development version (pip)¶
To test the latest features in Open3D, download and install the development
For example, to install the latest development version on Linux for Python 3.8:
pip install --user --pre https://storage.googleapis.com/open3d-releases-master/python-wheels/open3d-0.11.0-cp38-cp38-linux_x86_64.whl
conda install -c open3d-admin open3d
Note: Open3D prebuilt binaries for Conda (Anaconda/Miniconda) can be found at
open3d. Currently, the
package is distributed under the
open3d-admin channel. To setup Conda,
please see the official documentations.
Now, try importing Open3D.
python -c "import open3d as o3d"
If this works, congratulations, now Open3D has been successfully installed!
Running Open3D tutorials¶
A complete set of Python tutorials and testing data will also be copied to
demonstrate the usage of Open3D Python interface. See
examples/python for all Python examples.
Open3D’s Python tutorial utilizes some external packages:
opencv-python. OpenCV is only used for reconstruction
system. Please read util/install-deps-python.sh for installing these