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[Gol99]  Intentional Non-Photorealistic Rendering

Goldstein:1999:INR (Article)
Author(s)Goldstein D.
Title« Intentional Non-Photorealistic Rendering »
JournalACM SIGGRAPH Computer Graphics
Volume33
Number1
Page(s)62--63
Year1999
URLhttp://web.archive.org/web/20050312133920/http://www.siggraph.org/publications/newsletter/v33n1/contributions/Goldstein.html

Abstract
Non-photorealistic rendering (NPR) is a subject that has been generating quite a bit of interest in the computer graphics community lately. This is partly because any advance in the area is so rapidly picked up by authors who create actual content. The term NPR covers any computer-generated imagery explicitly rendered using techniques designed not to mimic physical reality. Most frequently, NPR rendering is performed by a program that takes images or three-dimensional geometry as input and creates a new output image within the bounds of a given artistic style.

BibTeX code
@article{Goldstein:1999:INR,
  number = {1},
  volume = {33},
  month = feb,
  optissn = {0097-8930},
  author = {Dan Goldstein},
  optannote = {Dan Goldstein argues that intentional non-photorealistic
               rendering is a technology whose time has come.},
  optstatus = {url},
  url = {http://web.archive.org/web/20050312133920/http://www.siggraph.org/publications/newsletter/v33n1/contributions/Goldstein.html},
  localfile = {papers/Goldstein.1999.INR.pdf},
  abstract = {Non-photorealistic rendering (NPR) is a subject that has been
              generating quite a bit of interest in the computer graphics
              community lately. This is partly because any advance in the area
              is so rapidly picked up by authors who create actual content. The
              term NPR covers any computer-generated imagery explicitly rendered
              using techniques designed not to mimic physical reality. Most
              frequently, NPR rendering is performed by a program that takes
              images or three-dimensional geometry as input and creates a new
              output image within the bounds of a given artistic style. },
  title = {{I}ntentional {N}on-{P}hotorealistic {R}endering},
  doi = {http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/563666.563689},
  journal = j-COMP-GRAPHICS,
  pages = {62--63},
  year = {1999},
}

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