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Title: Mosaic Image Generation using 3D Models
Authors: Noda, Takahiko
Miyata, Kazunori
Kimura, Eriko
Kawai, Naoki
Keywords: Mosaic Image
Three-Dimensional Graphics
Issue Date: 2009-10-23
Publisher: 日本バーチャルリアリティ学会
Magazine name: ASIAGRAPH 2009 Proceedings
Start page: 110
End page: 115
Abstract: Mosaic is the art of creating images by arranging small pieces of stone, tile or other material. Many conventional methods are used to generate mosaic images from 2D images. In contrast, this paper proposes a method of mosaic image generation using 3D models. This method consists of the following steps. First, the method calculates normal vectors of surface and depth data from 3D models. Then the feature data of the 3D model, such as edges and ridges, are calculated from these data. Next, the guidelines to control the arrangement of tiling are calculated. Finally, tiles are placed along the guide lines. This method has two advantages; 1) It is possible to render a mosaic image from multiple viewpoints. 2) This method can generate a mosaic image which represents three-dimensional features, such as surface ridges and wrinkles, accurately.
Rights: It is posted here by permission of the Virtual Reality Society of Japan. Takahiko Noda, Kazunori Miyata, Eriko Kimura, Naoki Kawai, ASIAGRAPH 2009 Proceedings, 2009, pp.110-115.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10119/11440
Material Type: author
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