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[NIC+05]  Expressive Distortion of Strokes and 3D Meshes

Neumann:2005:EDS (Technical report)
Author(s)Neumann P., Isenberg T., Carpendale and Strothotte T.
Title« Expressive Distortion of Strokes and 3D Meshes »
Number2005-776-07
InstitutionDepartment of Computer Science, University of Calgary
Year2005
AddressCanada
URLhttp://pharos.cpsc.ucalgary.ca/Dienst/UI/2.0/Describe/ncstrl.ucalgary_cs/2005-776-07

Abstract
We introduce methods for applying two-dimensional distortions in a manner that allows us to create three-dimensional variations of stroke-based models and 3D polygonal meshes. These variations can be achieved interactively, supporting the creation of expressive variations of a given 3D model or of strokes generated from it. In order to allow for a seamless integration into existing systems and to enable additional processing of both strokes and meshes, a pipeline approach is taken in both cases. In addition, we discuss the interaction possibilities arising from the interplay between the model orientation and the strokes or the geometry. Finally, to demonstrate the usability of the proposed methods we suggest several application domains.

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  abstract = {We introduce methods for applying two-dimensional distortions in a
              manner that allows us to create three-dimensional variations of
              stroke-based models and 3D polygonal meshes. These variations can
              be achieved interactively, supporting the creation of expressive
              variations of a given 3D model or of strokes generated from it. In
              order to allow for a seamless integration into existing systems
              and to enable additional processing of both strokes and meshes, a
              pipeline approach is taken in both cases. In addition, we discuss
              the interaction possibilities arising from the interplay between
              the model orientation and the strokes or the geometry. Finally, to
              demonstrate the usability of the proposed methods we suggest
              several application domains.},
  title = {{E}xpressive {D}istortion of {S}trokes and {3D} {M}eshes},
  year = {2005},
  institution = {Department of Computer Science, University of Calgary},
}

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