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[Mou05]  Image-Guided Fracture

Mould:2005:IGF (In proceedings)
Author(s)Mould D.
Title« Image-Guided Fracture »
InProceedings of Graphics Interface 2005 (Victoria, Canada, 9--11 May 2005)
SeriesACM International Conference Proceeding Series
Editor(s)Kori Inkpen and Michiel van de Panne
Volume112
Page(s)219--226
Year2005
OrganizationCanadian Human-Computer Communications Society
PublisherA K Peters, LTD.
Editor(s)Kori Inkpen and Michiel van de Panne

Abstract
We present an image filter that transforms an input line drawing into an image of a fractured surface, where the cracks echo the input drawing. The basis of our algorithm is the Voronoi diagram of a weighted graph, where the distance between nodes is path cost in the graph. Modifying the edge costs gives us control over the placement of region boundaries; we interpret region boundaries as cracks. The rendering of our crack maps into final images is accomplished either by image analogies or by modulation of an uncracked texture.

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              input drawing. The basis of our algorithm is the Voronoi diagram
              of a weighted graph, where the distance between nodes is path cost
              in the graph. Modifying the edge costs gives us control over the
              placement of region boundaries; we interpret region boundaries as
              cracks. The rendering of our crack maps into final images is
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