Presentation 1998/3/13
Interactive 3D Modeling with Spraying
Yasuyuki Noda, Toshimitsu Tanaka, Noboru Ohnishi,
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Abstract(in English) An interactive 3D modeling method is presented here. The method shaves and swells object surfaces by spraying virtual particles onto the surfaces. Therefore various shape modifications, from wide to narrow and/or sharp to rough, are available by controlling size of a sprayed area, number of particles, and a projection pattern. Since the spray modeling is very simple, its operations are easy to learn. Ordinary methods which simulate sculpturing or clay modeling in virtual space need interactive devices for feedback of reaction, if realistic modeling environment is required. However our method can finely simulate real spraying with a computer mouse. A 3D interactive modeling system was implemented, Experimental results confirmed that various objects were created with very simple operations similar to those of 2D painting systems.
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Keyword(in English) 3D modeling / interactive operation / human interface / z-list
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Title (in English) Interactive 3D Modeling with Spraying
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Keyword(1) 3D modeling
Keyword(2) interactive operation
Keyword(3) human interface
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1st Author's Name Yasuyuki Noda
1st Author's Affiliation Department of Information Engineering, Graduate School of engineering, Nagoya University()
2nd Author's Name Toshimitsu Tanaka
2nd Author's Affiliation Computer Center, Nagoya university
3rd Author's Name Noboru Ohnishi
3rd Author's Affiliation Department of Information Engineering, Graduate School of engineering, Nagoya University
Date 1998/3/13
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Volume (vol) vol.97
Number (no) 599
Page pp.pp.-
#Pages 8
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