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Artistic Depiction
Sunday, 8 August
8:30 - 10:15 am
Room 511AB
Session Chair: Cassidy Curtis, PDI/DreamWorks

Mosaic for Stackable Objects
An algorithm for layered photomosaics with stackable and rotatable objects expresses a mosaic of a pile of stackable objects and creates a very powerful artistic experience.

Jin Wan Park
Chung-Ang University
jinpark (at)
Strokes for Drawings Using Illuminated Paper Surfaces
A simple method for generating "realistic" strokes for drawing tools such as pastels, chalks, charcoals, or crayons that are highly affected by the support medium, in real time.

Kyoko Murakami
Kyushu Institute of Design
kyoko (at)

Reiji Tsuruno
Etsuo Genda
Kyushu University
A Viscous Paint Model for Interactive Applications
A viscous fluid model for use in an interactive painting system based on the Stokes equations renders paint using a novel graphics hardware-based Kubelka-Munk shader.

William V. Baxter
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
baxter (at)

Ming C. Lin
Yuanxin Liu
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Automatic Image Retargeting
A non-photorealistic algorithm for automatically retargeting images: adapting them for display at different sizes and/or aspect ratios, while preserving their important features and qualities.

Vidya Setlur
Northwestern University
vidya (at)

Saeko Takagi
Wakayama University

Michael Gleicher
University of Wisconsin

Ramesh Raskar
Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories

Bruce Gooch
Northwestern University

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