“Artistic Renderings of Dynamic Motion” by Chen, Knudtzon, Stumpfel and Hodgins

  • ©Alan Z. Chen, Kendra Knudtzon, Jessica L. Stumpfel, and Jessica K. Hodgins



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    Artistic Renderings of Dynamic Motion

Session/Category Title:   Artistic Rendering



    Can artistic rendering styles increase the viewer’s perception of the dynamics of animated motion? This sketch explores several rendering styles and summarizes user studies of one approach.


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