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Semi-automatic fitting of deformable 3D models to 2D sketches

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Title: Semi-automatic fitting of deformable 3D models to 2D sketches
Author: Chang, Xianglong
Degree: Master of Science - MSc
Program: Computer Science
Copyright Date: 2008
Subject Keywords Sketching;Sketch-based interface;3D template;Correspondences;Alignment;Deformation gradients
Issue Date: 2008-05-01
Publisher University of British Columbia
Abstract: We present a novel method for building 3D models from a user sketch. Given a 2D sketch as input, the approach aligns and deforms a chosen 3D template model to match the sketch. This is guided by a set of user-specified correspondences and an algorithm that deforms the 3D model to match the sketched profile. Our primary contribution is related to fitting the 3D deformable geometry to the 2D user sketch. We demonstrate our technique on several examples.
Affiliation: Science, Faculty of
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2429/797
Scholarly Level: Graduate

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