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[MG+05]  Drawing the Real

Markovic:2005:DR (In proceedings)
Author(s)Markovic D. and Gelautz M.
Title« Drawing the Real »
InProceedings of the 3[textsuperscript]rd International Conference on Computer Graphics and Interactive Techniques in Australasia and South East Asia (GRAPHITE'05, Dunedin, New Zealand)
Page(s)237--243
Year2005
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York
URLhttp://www.ims.tuwien.ac.at/publication_detail.php?ims_id=186

Abstract
In this paper we present an algorithm to automatically produce artistic drawings from stereo image pairs. The input to the algorithm is a natural scene, along with a user-defined set of parameters that define the tone and stylistic properties of the image to be produced. The stereo analysis yields a depth map that is used to preserve the perspective perception of the stylized image. In the next step, we perform a local image contrast enhancement, which is driven by the color segmentation result of the original image. We then draw each stroke in a direction determined by the stereoderived disparity layers, with the stroke density and distribution derived from a Poisson disc distribution. To outline important features in the image, we utilize the contour edges provided by an Edge Combination image. The output of the algorithm is a drawn-like form of the original scene, with objects highlighted by their dominant edges.

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              algorithm is a natural scene, along with a user-defined set of
              parameters that define the tone and stylistic properties of the
              image to be produced. The stereo analysis yields a depth map that
              is used to preserve the perspective perception of the stylized
              image. In the next step, we perform a local image contrast
              enhancement, which is driven by the color segmentation result of
              the original image. We then draw each stroke in a direction
              determined by the stereoderived disparity layers, with the stroke
              density and distribution derived from a Poisson disc distribution.
              To outline important features in the image, we utilize the contour
              edges provided by an Edge Combination image. The output of the
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  title = {{D}rawing the {R}eal},
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