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[RKS+00]  Line Art Rendering of Triangulated Surfaces Using Discrete Lines of Curvature

Roessl:2000:LAR (In proceedings)
Author(s)Rössl C., Kobbelt L. and Seidel H.P.
Title« Line Art Rendering of Triangulated Surfaces Using Discrete Lines of Curvature »
InProceedings of WSCG 2000 (PilzeHASH(0x8c5c3a0)n, feb 2000)
Editor(s)Václav Skala
Page(s)168--175
Year2000
Editor(s)Václav Skala

Abstract
In recent years, several techniques have been proposed for automatically producing line-art illustrations. In this paper a new non photo-realistic rendering scheme for triangulated surfaces is presented. In contrast to prior approaches with parametric surfaces, there is no global parameterization for triangle meshes. So a new approach is made to automatically generate a direction field for the strokes. Discrete curvature analysis on such meshes allows to estimate differential parameters. Lines of curvature are then constructed to be used as strokes. Using triangulated surfaces allows to render aesthetically pleasing line drawings from a huge class of models. Besides, experiments show that even real time visualization is possible.

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  abstract = {In recent years, several techniques have been proposed for
              automatically producing line-art illustrations. In this paper a
              new non photo-realistic rendering scheme for triangulated surfaces
              is presented. In contrast to prior approaches with parametric
              surfaces, there is no global parameterization for triangle meshes.
              So a new approach is made to automatically generate a direction
              field for the strokes. Discrete curvature analysis on such meshes
              allows to estimate differential parameters. Lines of curvature are
              then constructed to be used as strokes. Using triangulated
              surfaces allows to render aesthetically pleasing line drawings
              from a huge class of models. Besides, experiments show that even
              real time visualization is possible.},
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