“Image-Based Rendering for Animated Deforming Objects” by Kawasaki, Aritaki, Ooishi, Ikeuchi and Sakauchi

  • ©Hiroshi Kawasaki, Hiroyuki Aritaki, Takeshi Ooishi, Katsushi Ikeuchi, and Masao Sakauchi



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    Image-Based Rendering for Animated Deforming Objects

Session/Category Title:   Image-Based Rendering



    This technical sketch presents a description of how an image-based rendering (IBR) technique can be used to produce photo-realistic animation of real-world objects that usually have non-rigid-surface effects (for example, animal fur and velvet).


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