Computer Science Colloquium

Geometric manipulation using differential representations

Olga Sorkine
Technical University of Berlin

Friday, April 20th 11:30 a.m.
Room 1302 Warren Weaver Hall
251 Mercer Street
New York, NY 10012-1185

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Host/s:

Richard Cole cole@cs.nyu.edu, (212) 998-3119

Abstract

In this talk I will present geometric manipulation techniques for shapes in 3D and 2D that are based on differential representations. Such representations encapsulate important local shape properties and enable a variety of useful modeling operations, which preserve the local details of a shape, and thus its appearance. I will discuss several geometry processing and shape modeling applications based on the differential framework, such as quantization of geometric information, detail-preserving mesh editing, shape interpolation, surface detail transfer and feature-aware image warping. We will see how the geometric deformation mechanisms can be effectively combined with intuitive user interfaces to allow interactive free-form deformation and sketch-based editing of complex shapes.

Refreshments will be served


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