The Fréchet-distance is a similarity measure for geometric shapes. Alt and Godau presented the first algorithm for computing the Fréchet-distance and introduced a key concept, the free-space diagram. Since then, numerous variants of the Fréchet-distance have been studied.

We present here an interactive, graphical tool for exploring some Fréchet-distance algorithms. Given two curves, users can experiment with the free-space diagram and compute the Fréchet-distance. The Fréchet-distance can be computed for two important classes of shapes: for polygonal curves in the plane, and for simple polygonal surfaces.

Finally, we demonstrate an implementation of a very recent concept, the k-Fréchet-distance.