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[DFR+04]  Interactive Rendering of Suggestive Contours with Temporal Coherence

DeCarlo:2004:IRS (In proceedings)
Author(s)DeCarlo D., Finkelstein A. and Rusinkiewicz S.
Title« Interactive Rendering of Suggestive Contours with Temporal Coherence »
InProceedings of the Third International Symposium on Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR 2004, Annecy, France, June 7--9, 2004)
Editor(s)Aaron Hertzmann and Craig Kaplan
Page(s)15--24
Year2004
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York
URLhttp://athos.rutgers.edu/~decarlo/publications.html
Editor(s)Aaron Hertzmann and Craig Kaplan

Abstract
Line drawings can convey shape using remarkably minimal visual content. Suggestive contours, which are lines drawn at certain types of view-dependent surface inflections, were proposed recently as a way of improving the effectiveness of computer-generated line drawings. This paper extends previous work on static suggestive contours to dynamic and real-time settings. We analyze movement of suggestive contours with respect to changes in viewpoint, and offer techniques for improving the quality of strokes rendered for a moving camera. We describe practical algorithms for rendering drawings with contours and suggestive contours at interactive rates. Finally, we discuss techniques for improving the visual appearance of suggestive contours, in both the static and dynamic cases.

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  title = {{I}nteractive {R}endering of {S}uggestive {C}ontours with {T}emporal
           {C}oherence},
  abstract = {Line drawings can convey shape using remarkably minimal visual
              content. Suggestive contours, which are lines drawn at certain
              types of view-dependent surface inflections, were proposed
              recently as a way of improving the effectiveness of
              computer-generated line drawings. This paper extends previous work
              on static suggestive contours to dynamic and real-time settings.
              We analyze movement of suggestive contours with respect to changes
              in viewpoint, and offer techniques for improving the quality of
              strokes rendered for a moving camera. We describe practical
              algorithms for rendering drawings with contours and suggestive
              contours at interactive rates. Finally, we discuss techniques for
              improving the visual appearance of suggestive contours, in both
              the static and dynamic cases. },
  year = {2004},
  pages = {15--24},
}

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