“Delayed feedback in a Chinese brush painting interface” by Joel

  • ©William J. Joel

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    Delayed feedback in a Chinese brush painting interface

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    In order to provide a sense of working with organic shapes, when designing images in the style of Chinese brush paintings, a delay was introduced into the motion of this objects as they are manipulated by the user. This delay should also provide a similar organic feel to subsequent animations.

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    1. Strassmann, S. Hairy Brushes. In Proceedings of SIGGRAPH 1986, ACM Press/ACM SIGGRAPH. 225-232.
    2. Chu, N. S.-H., and Tai C.-L. An efficient brush model for physically-based 3d painting. In Proceedings of Pacific Graphics. Beijing, China, IEEE Press., Oct. 2002.
    3. Chu, S.-H., and Tai C.-L. Animating Chinese Landscape Paintings and Panorama using Multi-Perspective Modeling. Proc. of Computer Graphics International 2001, July 3–6, Hong Kong, IEEE Press.


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