“Automated 3D mesh segmentation using 2D footprints” by Abdelrahman and Farag

  • ©Wael Abdelrahman and Sara Farag



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    Automated 3D mesh segmentation using 2D footprints



    Segmenting 3D meshes into distinct components is vital and necessary for more efficient processing and usability. The smaller segments are usually easier to process and can be associated with with semantics or geometric features. This can be used in 3D parametrization, 3D database creation, animation, deformation transfer and many other 3D graphics applications. However, automating such a process is challenging due to the variety and complexity of the input.


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