Image and 3D-Object Editing with Precisely Specified Editing Regions

T. Ertl, B. Girod, G. Greiner, H. Niemann, H.-P. Seidel, E. Steinbach und R. Westermann (Editoren)
In proceedings of Vision, Modeling and Visualisation 2003, pages 451-460, Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Aka GmbH, Berlin, Nov. 2003
Präsentiert: The 8th International Fall Workshop Vision, Modeling and Visualisation 2003
 

Abstract

In this paper we present a new approach to the editing of polygons, images and triangulated surface meshes featuring the exact specification of the area that is being edited, the area that remains unchanged and an area that is transformed rigidly. This allows intuitive editing of arbitrary triangle meshes as well as 2D-images. Furthermore, the shape of the deformed area can be modified interactively by manipulating a simple parametric curve. The key contributions of this paper are that we include not only translations and rotations in our editing paradigm but the whole spectrum of affine transformations. We include a refinement approach to allow for sharp feature edits even in sparsely sampled areas. In spite of these features the algorithm is very fast and simple and can easily be generalized to the case of tetrahedrized volumes.

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@INPROCEEDINGS{bendels-2003-image,
      author = {Bendels, Gerhard H. and Klein, Reinhard and Schilling, A.},
      editor = {Ertl, T. and Girod, B. and Greiner, G. and Niemann, H. and Seidel, H.-P. and Steinbach, E. and
                Westermann, R.},
       pages = {451--460},
       title = {Image and 3D-Object Editing with Precisely Specified Editing Regions},
   booktitle = {Vision, Modeling and Visualisation 2003},
        year = {2003},
       month = nov,
   publisher = {Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft Aka GmbH, Berlin},
    abstract = {In this paper we present a new approach to the editing
                of polygons, images and triangulated surface
                meshes featuring the exact specification of the area
                that is being edited, the area that remains unchanged
                and an area that is transformed rigidly. This allows
                intuitive editing of arbitrary triangle meshes as well
                as 2D-images. Furthermore, the shape of the deformed
                area can be modified interactively by manipulating
                a simple parametric curve. The key contributions
                of this paper are that we include not only
                translations and rotations in our editing paradigm
                but the whole spectrum of affine transformations.
                We include a refinement approach to allow for sharp
                feature edits even in sparsely sampled areas. In spite
                of these features the algorithm is very fast and simple
                and can easily be generalized to the case of tetrahedrized
                volumes.},
        isbn = {3-89838-048-3},
  conference = {The 8th International Fall Workshop Vision, Modeling and Visualisation 2003}
}