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[GGS+06]  SpringLens -- Distributed Nonlinear Magnifications

Germer:2006:SLD (In proceedings)
Author(s)Germer T., Götzelmann T., Spindler M. and Strothotte T.
Title« SpringLens -- Distributed Nonlinear Magnifications »
InProceedings of Eurographics 2006, Short Papers
Editor(s)Dieter Fellner and Charles Hansen
Page(s)123--126
Year2006
PublisherEUROGRAPHICS
AddressAire-la-Ville, Switzerland
URLhttp://www.eg.org/EG/DL/Conf/EG2006/short/123-126.pdf.abstract.pdf;internal&action=paperabstract.action
Editor(s)Dieter Fellner and Charles Hansen

Abstract
We present a flexible, distributed and effective technique to model custom distortions of images. The main idea is to use a mass-spring model to create a flexible surface and to create distortions by changing the rest-lengths. A physical simulation works out the displacements of this particle grid. We provide intuitive tools to interactively design such nonlinear magnifications. In addition, our system enables data-driven distortions which allows us to use it for automatic nonlinear magnifications. We demonstrate this with an application for labeling of 3D scenes.

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              mass-spring model to create a flexible surface and to create
              distortions by changing the rest-lengths. A physical simulation
              works out the displacements of this particle grid. We provide
              intuitive tools to interactively design such nonlinear
              magnifications. In addition, our system enables data-driven
              distortions which allows us to use it for automatic nonlinear
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