MPI-I-2001-4-002. March 2001, 20 pages. | Status: available - back from printing | Next --> Entry | Previous <-- Entry
Abstract in LaTeX format:
Digital documents often require highly detailed representations of
real world objects. This is especially true for advanced e-commerce
applications and other multimedia data bases like online
encyclopaedias or virtual museums. Their further success will
strongly depend on advances in the field of high quality object
representation, distribution and rendering.
This tutorial highlights some recent results on the acquisition and
interactive display of high quality 3D models and shows how these
results can be seamlessly integrated with previous work into a
single framework for the acquisition, processing, transmission, and
interactive display of high quality 3D models on the Web.
Also published as Tutorial Notes for the Web3D Conference 2001, Paderborn, Germany.
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