Technical Papers

Generating and Understanding Models

Friday, 30 November 16:15 - 18:15 |  Peridot 206

All-Hex Meshing using Singularity-Restricted Field - Picture

All-Hex Meshing using Singularity-Restricted Field

We present a high-quality all-hex meshing framework based on singularity-restricted field.


Yufei Li, The University of Hong Kong
Yang Liu, Microsoft Research Asia
Weiwei Xu, Microsoft Research Asia
Wenping Wang, The University of Hong Kong
Baining Guo, Microsoft Research Asia


Design-Driven Quadrangulation of Closed 3D Curves - Picture

Design-Driven Quadrangulation of Closed 3D Curves

We propose a novel, design-driven, approach to quadrangulation of closed 3D curves created by sketch-based or other curve modeling system, relying solely on the input curves to both conceive and construct the quad-mesh of an artist imagined surface bounded by them.


Mikhail Bessmeltsev, University of British Columbia
Caoyu Wang, University of British Columbia
Alla Sheffer, University of British Columbia
Karan Singh, University of Toronto


Field-Guided Registration for Feature-Conforming Shape Composition - Picture

Field-Guided Registration for Feature-Conforming Shape Composition

In this paper, we present an automatic shape composition method to fuse two shape parts which may not overlap and possibly contain sharp features, a scenario often encountered when modeling man-made objects.


Hui Huang, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Integration Technology
Minglun Gong, Memorial University of Newfoundland
Daneil Cohen-Or, Tel Aviv University
Yaobin Ouyang, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Integration Technology
Fuwen Tan, Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Integration Technology
Hao Zhang, Simon Fraser University


Structure Recovery by Part Assembly - Picture

Structure Recovery by Part Assembly

This work presents a technique that quickly converts acquired data from consumer-level scanning devices (like Microsoft Kinect) to high-quality 3D models with labeled semantic parts and meanwhile their assembly reasonably close to the underlying geometry.


Chao-Hui Shen, Tsinghua University
Hongbo Fu, City University of Hong Kong
Kang Chen, Tsinghua University
Shi-Min Hu, Tsinghua University


Multi-Scale Partial Intrinsic Symmetry Detection - Picture

Multi-Scale Partial Intrinsic Symmetry Detection

We present an algorithm for multi-scale partial intrinsic symmetry detection over 2D and 3D shapes.


Kai Xu, National University of Defense Technology and Shenzhen VisuCA Key Lab/SIAT
Hao Zhang, Simon Fraser University
Wei Jiang, National University of Defense Technology
Ramsay Dyer, Geometrica group at INRIA
Zhiquan Cheng, National University of Defense Technology
Ligang Liu, University of Science and Technology of China
Baoquan Chen, Shenzhen VisuCA Key Lab/SIAT