23: Recent Advances in Non-Photorealistic Rendering for Art and Visualization



Monday, Half Day
8:30 am – 12:15 pm
Ballroom C1 & C2

A concise introduction to non-photorealistic rendering (NPR): generation of artistic imagery and perceptually effective scientific visualization. This course delivers working knowledge of fundamental NPR techniques and some of the advanced approaches at the forefront of NPR research.

Prerequisites
Basic understanding of computer graphics and visualization.

Topics
Understanding NPR, the relevance of visual perception and artistic techniques to NPR, and appropriate use of NPR. Introduction of a suite of fundamental techniques for generating NPR imagery. Brush-stroke rendering, style rendering, paint-inspired techniques, mixing photo-realistic rendering and NPR, hardware-accelerated NPR, and parallel NPR.

Organizer
Kwan-Liu Ma
University of California, Davis


Lecturers
Aaron Hertzmann
University of Washington

Victoria Interrante
University of Minnesota

Eric Lum
Kwan-Liu Ma
University of California, Davis


Schedule


8:30 Introduction
Ma
8:40 NPR and Scientific Visualization
Interrante
9:40 Stroke-Based NPR
Hertzmann
10:15 Break
10:30 Example-Based NPR
Hertzmann
11:05 Interactive NPR
Lum
12:05 Open Discussions
Ma




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