Jules Bloomenthal

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  • Palo Alto, California, United States of America


  • SIGGRAPH 1996

    Jules Bloomenthal studied computer graphics at the University of Utah, and recently received his Ph.D. from the University of Calgary. Dr. Bloomenthal has conducted research at the New York Institute of Technology and at Xerox PARC, and has taught computer graphics at George Mason University and UC Santa Cruz. He is presently with Microsoft Corporation. Contending that implicit blends usefully represent natural forms, Dr. Bloomenthal has published on several implicit surface topics, including uniform and adaptive polygonization methods, polygonization of non-manifold surfaces, convolution of skeletons, bulge elimination in implicit blends, specification of volume/surface blends, definition of branching structures, interactive design and display techniques, and procedural methods.  

    SIGGRAPH 1993

    Jules studied Computer Graphics at the University of Utah and subsequently conducted research at the New York Institute of Technology and Xerox PARC. He has published several papers on the use of implicit surfaces in modeling natural forms. 

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