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Curves and Morphing
Wednesday, 15 August
4:15 - 6 pm
Room 404


Session Chair
Marc Kessler
University of Michigan


2D Shape Interpolation Using A Hierarchical Approach
Henry Johan
University of Tokyo
7-3-1 Hongo Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo 113-0033 JAPAN
henry@is.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp

In this solution to the shape interpolation problem, the algorithm constructs compatible hierarchical representations of two given shapes. Interpolating the compatible hierarchical representations generates smooth interpolation sequences.


Fair and Robust Curve Interpolation on the Sphere
Carlo H. Séquin
University of California, Berkeley
EECS, Computer Science Division
639 Soda Hall #1776
Berkeley, California 94720-1776 USA
sequin@cs.berkeley.edu

By blending arcs, this interpolating subdivision scheme for curves on the sphere produces fair-looking G2-continuous curves even through challenging sets of interpolation points.


Feature-Based Topological Mesh Metamorphosis
Seungyong Lee
Pohang University of Science and Technology
Department of Computer Science
San 31 Hyoja-dong
Pohang 790-784 SOUTH KOREA
leesy@postech.ac.kr

A novel approach for 3D mesh morphing that simultaneously interpolates the topology and geometry of input meshes by using edge transformations and geomorphs.


Explicit Control of Topological Evolution in 3D Mesh Morphing
Shigeo Takahashi
Department of Graphics and Computer Science
Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
University of Tokyo
3-8-1 Komaba, Megwo-ku
Tokyo 153-8902 JAPAN
takahashis@acm.org

A new approach for explicitly specifying a path of topological evolution while morphing 3D meshes of different topological types.


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