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[OM+06]  Felt-Based Rendering

ODonovan:2006:FBR (In proceedings)
Author(s)O'Donovan P. and Mould D.
Title« Felt-Based Rendering »
InProceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Non-Photorealistic Animation and Rendering (NPAR 2006, Annecy, France, June 5--7, 2006)
Editor(s)Doug DeCarlo and Lee Markosian
Page(s)55--62
Year2006
PublisherACM Press
AddressNew York
Editor(s)Doug DeCarlo and Lee Markosian

Abstract
Felt is mankind's oldest and simplest textile, composed of a pressed mass of fibers. Images can be formed directly in the fabric by arranging the fibers to represent the image before pressure is applied. We describe a computational method for transforming input images into objects which look as if they were produced by a felting process. The synthesis method places three dimensional line segments one by one, analogous to individual fibers being placed. Individual layers of fibers are drawn according to image structure and a probabilistic framework. A fuzzy three dimensional felt object is created by compositing layers of fibers; rendering uses a deep shadow map for correct self-shadowing of the matted felt.

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  abstract = {Felt is mankind's oldest and simplest textile, composed of a
              pressed mass of fibers. Images can be formed directly in the
              fabric by arranging the fibers to represent the image before
              pressure is applied. We describe a computational method for
              transforming input images into objects which look as if they were
              produced by a felting process. The synthesis method places three
              dimensional line segments one by one, analogous to individual
              fibers being placed. Individual layers of fibers are drawn
              according to image structure and a probabilistic framework. A
              fuzzy three dimensional felt object is created by compositing
              layers of fibers; rendering uses a deep shadow map for correct
              self-shadowing of the matted felt.},
  title = {{F}elt-{B}ased {R}endering},
  year = {2006},
  pages = {55--62},
}

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