“Enhancing the efficiency and versatility of directly manipulated free-form deformation”

  • ©James Gain and Neil A. Dodgson

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    Enhancing the efficiency and versatility of directly manipulated free-form deformation

Session/Category Title:   Mathematical Methods


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    Exploitation of matrix sparsity and intuitive manipulation of first derivative properties to enhance speed and versatility in directly manipulated FFD.

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    1. Fowler, B. Geometric Manipulation of Tensor Product Surfaces, Computer Graphics (1992 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics), pp. 101-108.
    2. Gain, J. Virtual sculpting: An Investigation of Directly Manipulated Free-Form Deformation in a Virtual Environment, MSc.Thesis, Rhodes University.
    3. Hsu, W., Hughes, J., and Kaufman, H. Direct Manipulation of Free-Form Deformations, Computer Graphics (SIGGRAPH 92 Proceedings), pp. 177-182.
    4. Millman, R., and Parker, G. Elements of Differential Geometry, Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ.


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