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Author(s):

Lipman, Yaron
Sorkine, Olga
Cohen-Or, Daniel
Levin, David
Rössl, Christian
Seidel, Hans-Peter

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Not MPG Author(s):

Lipman, Yaron
Sorkine, Olga
Cohen-Or, Daniel
Levin, David

Editor(s):

Giannini, Franca
Pasko, Alexander

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Not MPII Editor(s):

Giannini, Franca
Pasko, Alexander

BibTeX cite key*:

LSCLRS2004

Title, Booktitle

Title*:

Differential Coordinates for Interactive Mesh Editing


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Booktitle*:

Shape Modeling International 2004 (SMI 2004)

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Event Address*:

Genova, Italy

Language:

English

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Event Start Date:

7 June 2004

Event End Date:

9 June 2004

Publisher

Name*:

IEEE

URL:

http://www.computer.org/

Address*:

Los Alamitos, USA

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Vol, No, Year, pp.

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Month:


Pages:

181-190

Year*:

2004

VG Wort Pages:

15

ISBN/ISSN:

0-7695-1909-1

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(LaTeX) Abstract:

One of the main challenges in editing a mesh is to retain the visual appearance of the surface after applying various modifications. In this paper we advocate the use of linear differential coordinates as means to preserve the high-frequency detail of the surface. The differential coordinates represent the details and are defined by a linear transformation of the mesh vertices. This allows the reconstruction of the edited surface by solving a linear system that satisfies the reconstruction of the local details in least squares sense. Since the differential coordinates are defined in a global coordinate system they are not rotation-invariant. To compensate for that, we rotate them to agree with the rotation of an approximated local frame. We show that the linear least squares system can be solved fast enough to guarantee interactive response time thanks to a precomputed factorization of the coefficient matrix. We demonstrate that our approach enables to edit complex detailed meshes while keeping the shape of the details in their natural orientation.



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Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik



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Computer Graphics Group

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BibTeX Entry:

@INPROCEEDINGS{LSCLRS2004,
AUTHOR = {Lipman, Yaron and Sorkine, Olga and Cohen-Or, Daniel and Levin, David and R{\"o}ssl, Christian and Seidel, Hans-Peter},
EDITOR = {Giannini, Franca and Pasko, Alexander},
TITLE = {Differential Coordinates for Interactive Mesh Editing},
BOOKTITLE = {Shape Modeling International 2004 (SMI 2004)},
PUBLISHER = {IEEE},
YEAR = {2004},
PAGES = {181--190},
ADDRESS = {Genova, Italy},
ISBN = {0-7695-1909-1},
}


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