“Recent Advances in Non-Photorealistic Rendering for Art and Visualization” by Ma, Hertzmann, Interrante and Lum

  • ©Kwan-Liu Ma, Aaron Hertzmann, Victoria L. Interrante, and Eric Lum

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Entry Number: 23

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    Recent Advances in Non-Photorealistic Rendering for Art and Visualization

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    Prerequisites
    Basic understanding of computer graphics and visualization.

    Topics
    Understanding NPR, the relevance of visual perception and artistic techniques to NPR, and appropriate use of NPR. Introduction of a suite of fundamental techniques for generating NPR imagery. Brush-stroke rendering, style rendering, paint-inspired techniques, mixing photo-realistic rendering and NPR, hardware-accelerated NPR, and parallel NPR.

    Description
    A concise introduction to non-photorealistic rendering (NPR): generation of artistic imagery and perceptually effective scientific visualization. This course delivers working knowledge of fundamental NPR techniques and some of the advanced approaches at the forefront of NPR research.

     

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