2D or Not 2D
Wednesday, 30 July 2003
1:45 - 3:30 pm
Room 33 A-C
Session Chair: Emru Townsend, Independent
A Non-Photorealistic Camera: Detecting Silhouettes With Multi-Flash
A method for capturing scenes that pose a problem for traditional cameras (low-contrast, geometrically complex, or action scenes). The resulting images are simpler and easier to understand for illustrating complex mechanical parts, image simplification, image resizing, non-photorealistic rendering, and video surveillance.
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories (MERL)
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Effective Toon Ink Rendering for Episodic Television
A toon ink shader that is fast, error-free, and flexible enough to meet the needs of episodic CGI television production.
F. David Fracchia
Mainframe Entertainment Inc.
Automatic Asian Art: Computers Converting Photos to Asian Paintings Using Humanistic Fuzzy Logic Rules
A novel system that allows automatic generation of Asian-ink paintings from photographs with a novel use of fuzzy logic linguistic rules to emulate the experiential understanding of traditional artists.
Adrian David Cheok
National University of Singapore
Lasalle-SIA College of the Arts
A New Form of Traditional Art - Visual Simulation of Chinese Shadow Plays
Techniques developed for simulation of Chinese shadow plays. The objective is to turn traditional shadow shows into electronic forms so they become more accessible and can be preserved.
University of California, Davis