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[Elb99b]  Interactive Line Art Rendering of Freeform Surfaces

Elber:1999:ILA (Article)
Author(s)Elber G.
Title« Interactive Line Art Rendering of Freeform Surfaces »
JournalComputer Graphics Forum (Proceedings of Eurographics 1999, Milano, Italy, sep 1999)
Volume18
Number3
Page(s)1--12
Year1999
AddressOxford
Editor(s)Pere Brunet and Roberto Scopigno

Abstract
In recent years, synthetically created line art renderings have reached quality levels that are aesthetically pleasing. moreover, the sketch based approach was found to be quite capable at conveying geometrical information in an intuitive manner. While a growing interest in this type of rendering method has yielded successful and appealing results, the developed techniques were, for the most part, too slow to be embedded in real time interactive displays. This paper presents a line art rendering method for freeform polynomial and rational surfaces that is capable of achieving real time and interactive display. A careful preprocessing stage that combines an a-priori construction of line art strokes with proper classification of these strokes, allows one to significantly alleviate the computational cost, in real time, of the sketch based rendering, and enables interactive line art displays.

BibTeX code
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  author = {Gershon Elber},
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  editor = {Pere Brunet and Roberto Scopigno},
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  publisher = {NCC Blackwell Ltd},
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  doi = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1467-8659.00322},
  journal = EUROGRAPHICS1999,
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  volume = {18},
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  booktitle = {Proceedings of EuroGraphics'99 (Milano, Italy, sep 1999)},
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  title = {{I}nteractive {L}ine {A}rt {R}endering of {F}reeform {S}urfaces},
  abstract = {In recent years, synthetically created line art renderings have
              reached quality levels that are aesthetically pleasing. moreover,
              the sketch based approach was found to be quite capable at
              conveying geometrical information in an intuitive manner. While a
              growing interest in this type of rendering method has yielded
              successful and appealing results, the developed techniques were,
              for the most part, too slow to be embedded in real time
              interactive displays. This paper presents a line art rendering
              method for freeform polynomial and rational surfaces that is
              capable of achieving real time and interactive display. A careful
              preprocessing stage that combines an a-priori construction of line
              art strokes with proper classification of these strokes, allows
              one to significantly alleviate the computational cost, in real
              time, of the sketch based rendering, and enables interactive line
              art displays.},
  year = {1999},
  pages = {1--12},
}

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