“Interactive Shape Editing” by Cani, Frisken, Schkolne, Singh and Zorin

  • ©Marie-Paule Cani, Sarah Frisken, Steven Schkolne, Karan Singh, and Denis Zorin

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Entry Number: 02

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    Interactive Shape Editing

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    Prerequisites
    Computer graphics background, including mathematical concepts such as affine transformations and basic linear algebra, and some familiarity with common modeling techniques and standard shape representations.

    Intended Audience
    Developers, designers, and researchers interested in recent developments in interactive shape modeling and shape-editing techniques.

    Description
    The state of the art in digital modeling techniques, both in commercial software and academic research. The goal of this course is to give attendees an understanding of the big open questions and the skills to engineer recent research in interactive shape-modeling applications.

     


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