Adaptive Abstraction of 3D Scenes in Realtime
Citation:Niall Redmond and John Dingliana, 'Adaptive Abstraction of 3D Scenes in Realtime', Eurographics 2007 Short Papers, Prague, Czech Republic, 3-7 September, 2007, edited by P. Cignoni and J Sochor , Eurographics Association, 2007, pp77 - 80
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We present an approach for creating abstracted renderings of 3D scenes in real-time. We create painterly renderings with edge detail using varying levels of abstraction dependent on regions of interest within a scene. Image space techniques are used to make the system real-time and as non-invasive as possible. This approach can also use object space information to segment the scene into visually important objects and unimportant data and background. Interactive frame rates are achieved by using graphics hardware to perform the computations.
Other Titles:Eurographics 2007 Short Papers
Type of material:Conference Paper
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