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From Vision to Synthesis - A New Approach to the Integration of Image Analysis, Computer Vision, and Image Synthesis

Hildebrand, Axel ; Müller, Wolfgang (1994)
From Vision to Synthesis - A New Approach to the Integration of Image Analysis, Computer Vision, and Image Synthesis.
Visual Information Processing III. Proceedings.
Conference or Workshop Item, Bibliographie

Abstract

We propose an approach to the integration of image analysis, computer vision and computer graphics. After motivating our work, we examine different techniques of the above mentioned areas. Within our investigation we are focussing on illumination, texture, geometry and motion which play an important role in the different areas. The performance and restriction of the models are evaluated. As a result, we are able to set up a framework for a common model which integrates the requirements of the different areas. In fact, this represents a first step to a common symbolic image representation. Finally, an outline of an integrated system is stated based on the above examinations. First results gathered with a prototype system for the acquisition of 3d structure and texture from image sequences and the transfer to an animation and rendering system are presented.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1994
Creators: Hildebrand, Axel ; Müller, Wolfgang
Type of entry: Bibliographie
Title: From Vision to Synthesis - A New Approach to the Integration of Image Analysis, Computer Vision, and Image Synthesis
Language: English
Date: 1994
Publisher: SPIE, Bellingham, Washington
Series: Proceedings of SPIE; 2239
Event Title: Visual Information Processing III. Proceedings
Abstract:

We propose an approach to the integration of image analysis, computer vision and computer graphics. After motivating our work, we examine different techniques of the above mentioned areas. Within our investigation we are focussing on illumination, texture, geometry and motion which play an important role in the different areas. The performance and restriction of the models are evaluated. As a result, we are able to set up a framework for a common model which integrates the requirements of the different areas. In fact, this represents a first step to a common symbolic image representation. Finally, an outline of an integrated system is stated based on the above examinations. First results gathered with a prototype system for the acquisition of 3d structure and texture from image sequences and the transfer to an animation and rendering system are presented.

Uncontrolled Keywords: 3D Data, DESIRe, Illumination, SMART, Texture mapping
Divisions: 20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
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