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Article: Interpolating Polyhedral Models Using Intrinsic Shape Parameters

TitleInterpolating Polyhedral Models Using Intrinsic Shape Parameters
Authors
KeywordsComputer animation
Interpolation
Metamorphosis
Object representation
Planar graph
Shape transformation
Issue Date1997
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Citation
Journal Of Visualization And Computer Animation, 1997, v. 8 n. 2, p. 81-96 How to Cite?
AbstractMetamorphosis, or morphing, is the gradual transformation of one shape into another. It generally consists of two subproblems: the correspondence problem and the interpolation problem. This paper presents a solution to the interpolation problem of transforming one polyhedral model into another. It is an extension of the intrinsic shape interpolation scheme (T. W. Sederberg, P. Gao, G. Wang and H. Mu, '2-D shape blending: an intrinsic solution to the vertex path problem, SIGGRAPH '93, pp. 15-18.) for 2D polygons. Rather than considering a polyhedron as a set of independent points or faces, our solution treats a polyhedron as a graph representing the interrelations between faces. Intrinsic shape parameters, such as dihedral angles and edge lengths that interrelate the vertices and faces in the two graphs, are used for interpolation. This approach produces more satisfactory results than the linear or cubic curve paths would, and is translation and rotation invariant © 1997 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Persistent Identifierhttp://hdl.handle.net/10722/89098
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dc.description.abstractMetamorphosis, or morphing, is the gradual transformation of one shape into another. It generally consists of two subproblems: the correspondence problem and the interpolation problem. This paper presents a solution to the interpolation problem of transforming one polyhedral model into another. It is an extension of the intrinsic shape interpolation scheme (T. W. Sederberg, P. Gao, G. Wang and H. Mu, '2-D shape blending: an intrinsic solution to the vertex path problem, SIGGRAPH '93, pp. 15-18.) for 2D polygons. Rather than considering a polyhedron as a set of independent points or faces, our solution treats a polyhedron as a graph representing the interrelations between faces. Intrinsic shape parameters, such as dihedral angles and edge lengths that interrelate the vertices and faces in the two graphs, are used for interpolation. This approach produces more satisfactory results than the linear or cubic curve paths would, and is translation and rotation invariant © 1997 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.en_HK
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dc.subjectComputer animationen_HK
dc.subjectInterpolationen_HK
dc.subjectMetamorphosisen_HK
dc.subjectObject representationen_HK
dc.subjectPlanar graphen_HK
dc.subjectShape transformationen_HK
dc.titleInterpolating Polyhedral Models Using Intrinsic Shape Parametersen_HK
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