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Course 8

 Texture Synthesis with Line Integral Convolution

Half Day | Intermediate

Line Integral Convolution (LIC) is a powerful texture-based approach for conveying directional information that has numerous applications in scientific visualization, special effects, and art. This intensive course teaches the basic LIC algorithm and its optimization and provides attendees with an opportunity to interactively experiment with these implementations. It also shows how LIC techniques can be used to portray flow over arbitrary surfaces, visualize three-dimensional vector fields, and create non-photorealistic illustrations.

http://www.icase.edu/~kma/lic_course97.html

Who Should Attend
LIC has such a wide application that this course is suitable for people with an interest in visualization texture synthesis, special effects, and art.

Organizer
Kwan-Liu Ma
Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering

Lecturers
Brian Cabral
Silicon Graphics, Inc.

Hans-Christian Hege
Detlev Stalling
Konrad-Zuse-Zentrum für Informationstechnik

Victoria L. Interrante
Kwan-Liu Ma
Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering