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[NKD+06b]  Sketchy Illustrations for Presenting the Design of Interactive CSG

Nienhaus:2006:SIP (In proceedings)
Author(s)Nienhaus M., Kirsch F. and Döllner J.
Title« Sketchy Illustrations for Presenting the Design of Interactive CSG »
InProceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Information Visualisation (IV'06, July 5--7, 2006, London, UK)
Page(s)772--777
Year2006
PublisherIEEE Computer Society
AddressLos Alamitos, CA
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1109/IV.2006.97

Abstract
communicate visual ideas and can be used to present and reconsider drafts and concepts in product design. This paper introduces a real-time illustration technique that sketches the design and spatial assembly of CSG models. The illustration technique generates a graphical decomposition of the CSG model into disjunctive layers to extract 1) the perceptually important edges that outline the model’s outer and inner features and 2) the surface shading of the outer and inner faces. Then, the technique applies uncertainty to these layers to simulate a sketchy effect. Finally, the technique composes the sketched layers in depth-sorted order while ensuring a correct depth behavior in the frame buffer. Because the sketchy illustrations are frame-to-frame coherent, the technique can be used as a tool for interactive presentation and reconsideration of the design and spatial assembly of CSG models.

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              drafts and concepts in product design. This paper introduces a
              real-time illustration technique that sketches the design and
              spatial assembly of CSG models. The illustration technique
              generates a graphical decomposition of the CSG model into
              disjunctive layers to extract 1) the perceptually important edges
              that outline the model’s outer and inner features and 2) the
              surface shading of the outer and inner faces. Then, the technique
              applies uncertainty to these layers to simulate a sketchy effect.
              Finally, the technique composes the sketched layers in
              depth-sorted order while ensuring a correct depth behavior in the
              frame buffer. Because the sketchy illustrations are frame-to-frame
              coherent, the technique can be used as a tool for interactive
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