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[MCM+01]  Eastern Perspectives and the Question of Personal Expression

Mason:2001:EPQ (Technical report)
Author(s)Mason K., Carpendale S., MacMurchy P. and Wyvill B.
Title« Eastern Perspectives and the Question of Personal Expression »
Number2001-697-20
InstitutionDepartment of Computer Science, University of Calgary
Year2001
AddressCanada
URLhttp://pharos.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/Dienst/UI/2.0/Describe/ncstrl.ucalgary_cs/2001-697-20

Abstract
Methods in non-photorealistic graphics have tended to place emphasis on algorithms, instead of artists. In contrast, we present a conceptual framework that has been designed to put the control back in the hands of the artist. Combining ideas from non-photorealistic graphics and artificial intelligence, we examine a new method of supporting alternative artistic styles. The details of this model are described using displays based on stylized wave patterns called ``seigaiha'' in Japanese. In keeping with the Japanese style we provide interactive access to alternate styles of perspective. Finally, we animate our images within this framework, presenting flicker-free non-photorealistic animation.

BibTeX code
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              emphasis on algorithms, instead of artists. In contrast, we
              present a conceptual framework that has been designed to put the
              control back in the hands of the artist. Combining ideas from
              non-photorealistic graphics and artificial intelligence, we
              examine a new method of supporting alternative artistic styles.
              The details of this model are described using displays based on
              stylized wave patterns called ``seigaiha'' in Japanese. In keeping
              with the Japanese style we provide interactive access to alternate
              styles of perspective. Finally, we animate our images within this
              framework, presenting flicker-free non-photorealistic animation.},
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