Shape Depiction and Stylization

Monday, 6 August
3:45 - 5:30 pm
Room 6AB & CF
Session Chair/Discussant: Doug DeCarlo, Rutgers University

Locally Controllable Stylized Shading

A set of simple stylized shading algorithms that allow the user to freely add localized light and shade in a manner that is consistent with conventional lighting techniques.

Hideki Todo
The University of Tokyo

Ken-ichi Anjyo
William Baxter
OLM Digital, Inc.

Takeo Igarashi
The University of Tokyo

Line Drawings Via Abstracted Shading

A new real-time method for producing computer-generated line drawings of 3D shapes.

Yunjin Lee
Lee Markosian
University of Michigan

Seungyong Lee

John F. Hughes
Brown University

Apparent Ridges for Line Drawing

Apparent Ridges are view-dependent versions of ridge and valley lines that encapsulate or enhance many previously defined feature lines.

Tilke Judd
Frédo Durand
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Edward H. Adelson
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, and Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory

Dynamic 2D Patterns for Shading 3D Scenes

A real-time method for rendering 3D scenes in halftone, hatching, and painterly styles based on dynamic image-space stroke and halftone patterns.

Simon Breslav
Karol Szerszen
Lee Markosian
University of Michigan

Pascal Barla
Joelle Thollot
INRIA Grenoble University