“New Frontiers in Modeling and Texturing” by Hart, Ebert, Bloomenthal, Heckbert, Fleischer, et al. …

  • ©John C. Hart, David S. Ebert, Jules Bloomenthal, Paul S. Heckbert, Kurt Fleischer, Hans Køhling Pedersen, and Przemyslaw Prusinkiewicz

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Entry Number: 14

Title:

    New Frontiers in Modeling and Texturing

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    Advanced

    Who Should Attend
    Those who have already taken most of the other SIGGRAPH courses.

    Description
    Warning: this course contains some implicit scenes. It describes many new interactive and procedural tools for modeling and texturing surfaces, and shows how to model hands, graft branches, blow smoke, comb fur, trim shrubs, and paint dogs. The course covers advanced topics in polygonization, particle systems, constraints, texture mapping, geometric texturing, solid texturing, procedural modeling, and surface topology. One-hour presentations, 300 pages of course notes, and several megabytes of CD-ROM space allow the speakers to provide more detailed information on these techniques than is possible in their paper presentations.  

     


Contributed By:


    Mary Whitton

Location:


    Charles Babbage Institute Archives, University of Minnesota

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